The Evansville, IN native and longtime Indianapolis resident joined the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Radio Network (IMSRN) in 1974, where he was mentored by inductee Sid Collins, lead announcer and WIBC sports director. Page replaced Collins as the “Voice of the 500” after the latter’s untimely passing in 1977 and has been one of America’s foremost motorsports broadcasters ever since. In 1978, Page began anchoring auto racing coverage on NBC Sports, including IndyCar, NASCAR, NHRA and Formula 1. In 1987, he moved to ABC/ESPN, where he served as chief motorsports announcer from 1988-98 and 2002-04. Although his voice has long been synonymous with IndyCar racing, Page has covered everything from the X Games to the Brickyard 400, AMA Supercross and NHRA Gatornationals. Page returned to the IMSRN in 2009. His coverage of the Indianapolis 500 won him Emmy Awards in 1989 and 1990 for Outstanding Live Sports Special.