Orgionally part of the International Motor Contest Association. He was the National Dirt Track Champion Of Canada in 1918. He entered the Indy 500 on seven occasions.
Jules Ellingboe was born in Crookston, Minnesota. In 1917 he was part of the IMCA, International Motor Contest Association. An organisation that put on races, more as a show that an actual competition. IMCA travelled around the USA and Canada organising events at State Fairs. He started out racing a Briscoe. At the Kansas State Fairgrounds on September 21, 1918 he won two races and finished second in another two, loosing out to Wild Bill Endicott by no more than the width of a radiator in one and another close finish in the other.
In 1918 he was the National Dirt Track Champion Of Canada.
Competed at Indianapolis on seven occasions: