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Hall of Fame Members
Alfred Unser Sr

Alfred Unser Sr

Class of 1998 Alfred Unser, Sr., holds the distinction of being one of only three drivers who have won the Indianapolis 500 four times. He is also in elite company as one of three Indy drivers who have won on paved ovals, road courses and dirt tracks in a single...

Bill Vukovich

Bill Vukovich

Class of 1991 Bill Vukovich came out of of California's Midget circuit to become one of the greatest drivers to ever compete on the massive Indianapolis Motor Speedway. He won the race twice in a row and lost his life trying to become the only man to win it three...

Rusty Wallace

Rusty Wallace

Class of 2013 Rusty Wallace always gave race-fans something to talk about. The 1989 NASCAR Cup Champion and 55-time winner in NASCAR’s top series turned heads and ruffled feathers with his aggressive driving style and outspoken charisma. He treated every race...

Darrell Waltrip

Darrell Waltrip

Class of 2005 Darrell Waltrip came out of Owensboro, Kentucky to challenge the established stars of NASCAR in the 1970s, and wound up with a career that places him among the sport’s greatest ever. His 84 career wins is good for a tie for third place (with Bobby...

Rodger Ward

Rodger Ward

Class of 1992 Rodger Ward was 14 years old when he built a Ford hot rod with skills he had learned while tinkering with parts in his father's auto wrecking and junk yard business in Los Angeles, CA. The family had moved there after Ward was born January 10,1921, in...

AJ Watson

AJ Watson

Class of 2003 A.J. Watson witnessed his first auto race in 1947, moving him to build a car with a friend. After a one-lap career behind the wheel (he spun out), he changed his focus and became one of the greatest mechanics of all time. Within a year, he was asked to...

Joe Weatherly

Joe Weatherly

Class of 1994 Joseph Herbert Weatherly was born on May 29, 1922 in Norfolk, Virginia. Weatherly had discovered motorcycles while in High School, and upon returning from the Army started racing them. Weatherly earned three American Motorcycle Association (AMA)...

HA Wheeler

HA Wheeler

Class of 2006 For close to three decades, H. A. “Humpy” Wheeler has been the innovative president and general manager of Lowe’s Motor Speedway in Charlotte.  Using his own style of entertainment promotion and his extensive motorsports...

Rex White

Rex White

Class of 2011 One of NASCAR’s 50 Greatest Drivers, the 1960 NASCAR Sprint Cup Champion was one of the original members of Chevrolet’s NASCAR racing team. White would win 28 races, record 163 top-ten finishes and qualify for 36 pole positions with 233...

Glen Wood

Glen Wood

Class of 2002 It was Glen Wood that brought the famous Wood Brothers team into racing, forming a team in 1950 to run Modifieds on dirt. Glen was nominated as the driver. What started out simply as fun quickly became serious business. With Wood's expertise behind the...

Cale Yarborough

Cale Yarborough

Class of 1993 William Caleb Yarborough was born on March 27, 1940. in Timmonsville, SC. He initially tried his hand as a turkey farmer and a substitute running back on the Sumter, South Carolina Generals football team. Cale started racing in 1957, with a goal of...

Smokey Yunick

Smokey Yunick

Class of 1990 A sly mechanical genius whose reputation as one of the premier mechanics in NASCAR hasn't diminished over the years, Henry Smokey Yunick was the "Best Damn Race Car Mechanic" who worked out of the "Best Damn Garage In Town," in Daytona Beach, Fla. His...

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