Motor Sports HOF News

PROST SCOTT REPRESENT FIRSTS

Alain Prost and Wendell Scott both represent significant "firsts" as two of the five 1999 inductees into the International Motorsports Hall of Fame. The April 22nd ceremony will be held in the Speedvision Dome at the Hall of Fame.      Prost is the...

TWO SIGNIFICANT FIRSTS

    With the previous 75 inductees into the International Motorsports Hall of Fame representing nearly all forms and aspects of racing, it is hard to imagine very many "firsts" remaining. The class of 1999, however, has not one, but two significant...

HISTORIC RIDE AT TALLADEGA

The son of former Alabama Governor George C. Wallace called it "one of the warmest receptions that my father ever got."     George Wallace, Jr. fondly recalls the last ride that Governor Wallace ever took around the 2.66-mile Talladega Superspeedway...

Kulwicki Among 18 Hall Nominees

Alan Kulwicki, who died in a 1993 plane crash while he was the reigning NASCAR Winston Cup champion, is one of 18 finalists for induction into the International Motorsports Hall of Fame. The all-star roster of nominees includes drivers, both men and women, a crew...

SOLD OUT INDUCTION CEREMONY

TALLADEGA, AL --- Even though the International Motorsports Hall of Fame's 8th annual induction ceremony, set for Thursday evening, April 23rd, has sold out earlier than any of the previous inductions, IMHOF Executive Director Don Naman has announced plans to make it...