Hear the story of EVO RACING FROM JAY HOWARD

EVO RACING

At EVO, we’re passionate about motorsports, from IndyCar to NHRA Top Fuel and Dragsters.  And we’re building partnerships to supercharge the driver development pipeline like never before, and bringing racing fans along for the ride with an unprecedented investment opportunity.

THE PROBLEM

For certain professional sports like racing, money is the biggest challenge.  Many top contenders are unable to continue their careers from lack of funding, not lack of talent.

THE SOLUTION

EVO takes skilled athletes who are struggling financially and provides them with world-class development in exchange for a share of future earnings. A portion of those earnings are then shared with EVO investors, and this model allows athletes to focus on winning without the burdens of financial constraints.

PARTNERSHIPS

ANDRETTI AUTOSPORT

You already know the name.  Now find out how Andretti’s partnership with EVO is set to change the game in racing.

PARTNERSHIPS

DON SCHUMACHER RACING

The winningest team in NHRA history joins forces with EVO

Want to be part of what we’re building?

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LET'S WIN TOGETHER

REDEFINING GOLF FAN ENGAGEMENT

There’s a lot of money to be made in professional golf, and EVO is creating a unique opportunity for athletes and fans to win together like never before.  EVO is a revolutionary athlete-development company whose mission is to create tomorrow’s champions. Born from a team of industry veterans, EVO is focused on scouting professional athletes for their extraordinary skill, and funding their development through fan investment. As EVO athletes succeed, a portion of their winnings will be returned to the company and its investors. This enables EVO-invested fans to become rabidly engaged consumers, EVO athletes to become focused champions, and EVO-involved sports to become growth markets in an increasingly noisy world.

Evo Invest in Golf
OVER $50 MILLION

Ten golfers have won more than $50 million in their PGA Tour careers

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FANS

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EVO Invest in Golf
#50 MADE $1.7 MILLION

The #50 player on the PGA Tour made $1.7M in 2020

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BECOME PART OF THE TEAM

The more people who invest, the more professional golfers we can sign, and the better chance for all investors to have a potential return on their investment through these athletes' earnings.

KEVIN BARRY HIGHLIGHTS

Bronze Medal - Brisbane Commonwealth Games

Light Heavyweight division

1982

Silver Medal - Los Angeles Olympics

1st New Zealander to win an Olympic boxing medal in 56 years

1984

Managed David Tua (NZ)

Heavyweight career 52-5 with 43 knockouts (16 in first round).

1992

Bronze in Barcelona

Tua wins bronze medal at the Olympics under Kevin's maangement

1992

Robbie Peden Title

Trained Robbie Peden to win the 2005 IBF super featherweight title.

2005

JOSEPH PARKER

Recently, Kevin has trained Joseph Parker—WBO heavyweight champion 2016-2018

2016

EVO ATHLETES

Learn more about EVO’s key areas of focus in individual professional sports:
golf, racing, and combat (boxing and MMA)

THE JOURNEY TO INDYCAR GREATNESS

It’s a long road to the top of the podium, but EVO will be helping its drivers along every step of the way.  For IndyCar champions, here is how to journey begins.

Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship

Drivers begin on the Road to Indy in the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship.  The goal of the series is to provide a professional, entry-level open-wheel training ground serving as the first step on the ladder to an NTT IndyCar Series career.

Indy Pro 2000 Championship Presented by Cooper Tires

From there, drivers move on to the Indy Pro 2000 Championship Presented by Cooper Tires, formerly known as the Star Mazda Championship then the Pro Mazda Championship, which has developed NTT IndyCar Series stars Marco Andretti, James Hinchcliffe, Graham Rahal and Spencer Pigot and rising stars such as Oliver Askew and Rinus VeeKay.

Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires

From Indy Pro 2000, drivers move into Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires. Indy Lights has long been a vital step for competitors to reach the pinnacle of open-wheel racing in America, boasting over 100 drivers as graduates.

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