Julian Cordle

Position: West Coast Event Operations
Location: Medford, OR

Since the first time Julian saw early versions of RacerConnect, he knew he wanted to be involved in helping bring this revolutionary technology to as many racers as possible.

Julian grew up in Alaska, having learned first to drive tractors and farm trucks before having ever driven a car. He left Alaska at 18 and began a career in computers an Information Technology in Oregon.

Julian got his start in endurance racing for budget cars (“crap can racing”), using his analytical and problem-solving skills to help a veteran team improve its race strategy and pit stop performance. He recently worked with the 24 Hours of LeMons series to organize the Guinness World Record “Largest Auto Race”, where 216 individual cars took to the track at Thunderhill Raceway Park for a weekend race. He also sharpens his driving skills regularly at local autocross events and is a well-known regular at the local indoor go-kart track. Julian loves the fascinating places where technology and racing meet, and enjoys sharing the power of RacerConnect with racing friends, event organizers, fans, race teams and drivers. He shares his love of racing with his family, including his wife and their three sons.