Roger Warrick has been a motorsports fan (and artist) since his dad took him to see his first dirt track race in 1973 at age 6. His early love of drawing led him to attend The Columbus College of Art & Design, where he attained a BFA in Illustration in 1989.   Warrick has worked as a freelance illustrator in Indianapolis and Cincinnati. His racing originals and prints have been commissioned by Grassroots Motorsports, Watkins Glen International, Mid-Ohio, Paul Oxman Publishing, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Bristol Motor Speedway, and AutoWeek. He has been the official poster artist for the Sebring 12 Hours since 2005, and his artwork hangs in the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame as well as in many private collections. 
  You may have seen Roger painting "live" to benefit the Austin Hatcher Foundation, or outside his booth at Road Atlanta, Daytona, Sebring, Mid-Ohio, and Road America. 
  He works from his home studio in Burlington, Kentucky, which is near Cincinnati.