Motor Sports HOF News

Harley Davidson That Rumbled Around Talladega

    For over twenty-five years, two American legends have maintained a quiet working relationship in the foothills of Alabama, while the successes of their unique relationship roll across the nation. Since 1981, Harley-Davidson Motor Company has...

McCaig Wellborn Research Library

McCaig Wellborn Research Library

CUTLINE INFORMATION: The McCaig-Wellborn Research Library at the International Motorsports Hall of Fame and Museum (IMHOF) is undergoing a 1,600 square foot expansion. The library houses some 14,000 books and periodicals and more than 10,000 photos. It is open...

Rocket Car Roars Into the Imagination

    Appearing to be more missile than car, the Budweiser Rocket Car at the International Motorsports Hall of Fame and Museum (IMHOF) is one fast machine. It’s also a “must see” exhibit for visitors.     Powered by a...

The Bandits Last Ride

    On November 13, 1994, Harry Gant brought an end to a career that had spanned twenty-one years at NASCAR’s highest level. In what seemed like fate, Gant rode his trusty steed, the No.33 Skoal Bandits car, to a 33rd-place finish....

Blue and Yellow Wasnt As Intimidating As Black

    Before he became “The Intimidator”, before the black #3 struck fear in the hearts of competitors, Dale Earnhardt drove to his first NASCAR Cup Series Championship in a blue and yellow 1980 Chevrolet Monte Carlo. Visitors to the...