Mr. Sam Schmidt is an Angel Investor. He served as an Advisor at Korrio. Sam became a Hospital Administrator by age 24, purchased his father's parts company in 1989, and was involved with other entrepreneurial successes such as Arnette sunglasses, Copart and Precision Healthcare. In 1993, Sam won the SCCA National Championship in F2000, but dreamed of someday driving in the Indianapolis 500. In 1995, Sam raced professionally in the USAR Hooters Pro Cup Series finishing third in points for the season and winning Rookie of the Year honors. In 1997, he made his first IndyCar start and became a rising star in the league, raced in three consecutive Indianapolis 500s and netted his first victory from the pole at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in 1999, finishing fifth in series points that year. In addition to the motorsports enterprise, Sam established the Sam Schmidt Paralysis Foundation to further the cause of paralysis research, treatment and quality of life issues.