Motorsports Management International (MMI) was formed in 1995 by long-time motorsports promoter and legal advisor, Cary Agajanian, when he formally took on a rising young driver from southern Indiana as a client. At the time, Tony Stewart had won the USAC Triple Crown championship and was ready to move on to the newly-formed Indy Racing League. An IRL championship, ground-breaking switch to stock car racing, and two NASCAR Cup championships later, Stewart’s success served as a catalyst to MMI’s growth. Over a decade later, MMI has grown to become the largest motorsports representation firm in the United States with an unrivaled client roster and client management team. Agajanian and MMI's top client managers Eddie Jarvis, Rod Moskowitz and Jeff Dickerson have negotiated several of the largest motorsport driving services contracts in the history of American motorsports, as well as secured hundreds of corporate sponsorship deals for MMI clients.