It is the Competition Committee’s objective to continue to grow The Majors Series by doing the following: recognize and address issues from the previous season(s), expand the awareness and inclusion to ensure stable numbers, and always adhere to the core of what the Majors is about: diversity in car and track combos that emulate the biggest events in the world from a variety of disciplines.
The committee is comprised of series members who are passionate about the series, care about its' long term future and offer ideas and experience to improve.
If you ever need to reach the committee or need to file a protest, shoot us an email at
Mike started the Majors Series with a simple idea. "Let's have an Indy 500 for the Northwest Club". You can usually find Mike listening to elevator music in the Discord Headbangers Ball Channel. Mike resides in Vancouver, WA.
Mike Ouellette #86
Wayne is a transplanted Canuck living in Vancouver, WA and has been with the Majors Series since the beginning and has been a crucial part of the team for most of that time.
Wayne is the Chief Steward, maintains the rule book and does virtually all the work updating the live qualifying each round.
Wayne Hutchison #17
John is a dyed-in-the-wool racer. An IRL racer, racing instructor, racing school owner, sim racer and sim racing team owner, John has racing in his blood. He was wrangled into joining the Competition Committee in 2017 and has been an integral part of the team ever since. John is charge of all things "Team" related in the Majors and he runs the support series.
John King #6
Andreas is even cooler than that photo. He is The Fonz cool, maybe... he actually is the Fonz? Andreas joined the CC in 2019 and he helps review all the protests that come in and is the voice of reason when we come up with bad ideas. As you can imagine he is a busy guy.
Andreas Robertsson #333
Travis is a 23 year old young gun in the Majors hailing from Minnesota. On the track and in the committee he brings patience and composure beyond his years. Travis reviews all protests that come in and provides his input on a host of issues we encounter.
Travis Warling #90