|Born||March 26, 1960|
|CART World Series|
Dale Coyne Racing
A. J. Foyt Enterprises
|Best finish||9th in 1993|
North American Formula Atlantic (East)
Barber Saab Pro Series
|1990||North American Formula Atlantic East Series Champion|
Till had success early being named Rookie of the Year of the Houston Region of the SCCA in 1986. Not long after, he won the 1990 Atlantic Championship. In 1991, he joined the Indy Lights series and won the race at Mid-Ohio. In CART he ran 20 races, including the 1994 Indianapolis 500, where he finished 12th. Till had three top-ten finishes in CART competition.
Till drove full-time in the Trans-Am Series in 1995 and finished 9th in points.
After retiring as a professional driver, Till worked for the American Le Mans Series as a pit reporter for coverage of endurance sports car races and an instructor at the Mid-Ohio High Performance Driving school near Lexington, Ohio.
Currently, Till is contracted to NBC Sports. He primarily works Sports Car racing broadcasts for FOX, but has filled in on Camping World Truck Series broadcasts, among others as well. On NBCSN, Till has filled in on the network's IndyCar coverage, particularly on weekends of both an IndyCar and Formula 1 race on the network. He has been play-by-play announcer on at least one IndyCar Series race per season since 2012.
SCCA National Championship Runoffs
|1985||Road Atlanta||Spec Racer||Renault||Spec Racer Renault||23||9||Running|
American Open Wheel
| North American Formula Atlantic
Atlantic Division Champion
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