President:

Caitlinn Lineback is a senior from Lafayette, IN majoring in Food Science. She is entering her fourth year with the Foundation, previously having served on the Business Junior Board for the 2016 race, the Director of Business for the 2017 race, and Director of Administration for the 2018 race. In addition to being a member of the Purdue Grand Prix Foundation, Caitlinn is a member of Purdue Ag Ambassadors, Food Science Club, Food Science Envoys, and Glenwood Cooperative. Her favorite part of Grand Prix is continuing a Purdue tradition that has brought excitement to campus for 62 years!  

Email: president@purduegrandprix.org

Director of Business:

Austin Hubbell is a senior from Rushville, IN. He is currently working to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Agribusiness Marketing. This is Austin’s third year with the foundation, previously having served on the Sales Junior Board for the 2017 race and Director of Facilities for the 2018 race. Outside of the Grand Prix Foundation, he is a member of FarmHouse Fraternity and a College of Ag Ambassador. His favorite part of Grand Prix is helping to continue the tradition of Students helping students and providing a wonderful environment for racing.

Email: business@purduegrandprix.org

Directors of Race:

Cayley Wilsonfrom Melvin, IL, is a junior studying Animal Science with a minor in Communications.  This is her second year with the Foundation, previously serving as a Promotions Junior Board member and Director of Special Events. In addition to Grand Prix, Cayley is also involved in  Collegiate Farm Bureau, Block and Bridle, and Sigma Alpha sorority. Her favorite part of Grand Prix is experiencing the amount of work that is put in the race year after year.

Thomas Letsinger, is a junior from Tipton, IN. He is double majoring in Agricultural Marketing and Agricultural Communications. This is his second year involved in Grand Prix, previously having served as a Junior Board member for the 2018 race. In addition to Grand Prix, he is a member of Farmhouse Fraternity where he serves as the Director of Marketing. Thomas is also a member of the Purdue Foundation Student Board. His favorite part of Grand Prix is the passion that the teams bring to the track and the energy on race day.

Email: race@purduegrandprix.org

Directors of Sales:

Jarrett Burroughs is a junior from Brookston, IN majoring in Sales and Marketing.  He is entering his third year as part of the Grand Prix Foundation, previously serving as the President’s Assistant for the 2017 race and Co-Director of Sales for the 2018 race. In addition to being a part of the Foundation, Jarrett is part of the Agribusiness club serving as a member on the Ag week committee in order to promote the club to other students on campus.  His favorite part about the Grand Prix Foundation is being able to be a part of one of the oldest traditions at Purdue and also meeting new people.

Brooke Schafer is a junior from Chebanse, IL. She is studying Plant Genetics and Agricultural Economics with a minor in Breeding and Biotechnology. This is her third year with the Foundation, previously having served on Junior Board for the 2017 race and Director of Special Events for the 2018 race. Brooke is also involved in the Collegiate Farm Bureau, Ag Ambassadors, and Sigma Alpha sorority. Her favorite part of Grand Prix is the opportunity it provides to be a part of one of Purdue’s biggest and most well known traditions, while also helping other students.

Email: sales@purduegrandprix.org

Director of Facilities:

Travis Lineback, from Lafayette, IN, is a sophomore majoring in Agriculture Systems Management. This is his second year on the Foundation, previously serving as a member of junior board for the 2018 race. As Facilities Director, Travis works to manage the track and equipment, endure safety of drivers and spectators, and improve the infrastructure. Outside of Grand Prix, Travis is also a member of FarmHouse Fraternity. Travis enjoys making memories with his family on race day.

Email: facilities@purduegrandprix.org

Director of Public Relations and Productions:

Molly Wagner is a junior from New Albany, IN. She is majoring in Civil Engineering with a minor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. This will be her third year with the Grand Prix Foundation, previously having served on Junior Board for the 2017 and 2018 race. Outside of Grand Prix, Molly is a involved with Purdue Society of Women Engineers and Alpha Xi Delta sorority. Her favorite Grand Prix memories include bringing back the Queen tradition at Race 60 and seeing the passion and excitement of drivers, teams, and alumni on race day.

Email: public_relations@purduegrandprix.org

Director of Scoring:

Adam Rose, from Granger, IN, is a senior majoring in Network Engineering Technology and minoring in Management. This is Adam's third year serving on the Purdue Grand Prix Foundation, previously serving as part of the Scoring Junior Board. With responsibilities that include accurate time keeping and signal monitoring, the scoring director is directly responsible for ensuring that all results are valid and precise. The Purdue Grand Prix scoring technology has dramatically advanced throughout the years, as now every cart is fitted with an electronic transponder unit, which signals lap times and trigger points throughout the track. Outside of Grand Prix, Adam is also involved on campus with FarmHouse Fraternity. Adam's favorite part of the race is hearing the engines start up on race day.

Email: scoring@purduegrandprix.org

Director of Special Events:

Keith Altman, a junior from Tipton, IN, is pursuing a degree in Agricultural Communications. This is his second year with the foundation, currently serving on Junior Board for the 2018 race. Outside of Grand Prix, Keith is a member of the Agricultural Ambassadors. Hi favorite Grand Prix memory is coming to Junior Board meetings and becoming closer with the Foundation.

Email: specialevents@purduegrandprix.org

The Race 62 junior board is coming soon.