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George Bignotti

George Bignotti

Class of 1993 George Bignotti was born in 1918 in San Francisco, California, and with two older brothers, both of whom were racing mechanics, learned how to handle a wrench at an early age. The boys eventually bought a midget and raced the car several times a week,...

Neil Bonnett

Neil Bonnett

Class of 2001 Neil Bonnett excelled in everything he did. In addition to being a NASCAR Winston Cup Star, he was an accomplished television broadcaster, as well as a top notch hunter and fisherman. Winner of 18 Winston Cup races during his career. Bonnett started...

Jack Brabham

Jack Brabham

Class of 1990 Jack Brabham's accomplishments are so many and so varied it is hard to determine just what has placed him among the elite corps of the world's greatest racing drivers. Is it the fact he won the World Championship three times, in 1959, 1960 and 1966? Is...

Craig Breedlove

Craig Breedlove

Class of 2000 Craig Breedlove bought his first car at the age of 13. When he became legally able three years later, he got his 1934 Ford Hot Rod Coupe up to a remarkable 154 miles per hour. He later drove a supercharged "belly tank" streamliner 236 mph on Utah' 5...

Jimmy Bryan

Jimmy Bryan

Class of 2001 Jimmy "Cowboy" Bryan, who earned his nickname busting broncos before his racing career began, could, and did, drive almost anything with wheels. He won three AAA-USAC national titles, won the Indianapolis 500 in 1958, and was also considered one of the...

Ettore Bugatti

Ettore Bugatti

Class of 2002 No vehicles have ever had such a dominance on the sport like the racing machines built by Ettore Bugatti from 1911 to 1947. Years of meticulously kept records were destroyed during World War II, but it is generally acknowledged that Bugatti-built cars...

Sir Malcolm Campbell

Sir Malcolm Campbell

Class of 1990 Of all the Men of Speed, none was more celebrated than Sir Malcolm Campbell. There are many who established land speed records, but none so often or as prodigiously as he. By 1935, on the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah, he became the first man to eclipse...

Robert Byron

Robert Byron

Class of 2008 Robert "Red" Byron from Anniston, Alabama, got his start in the early 1930s in unorganized races in Talladega. When World War II broke out, Byron served as a tail-gunner on a b-24 pulling off 57 missions before his plane was shot down over the Aleutian...

Rudolph Caracciola

Rudolph Caracciola

Class of 1998 Rudolph "Rudi" Caracciola was considered one of the greatest of Grand Prix drivers, winning more than 225 races during his career of 30 years, and claiming three European Driving Championships, the equivalent of today's Formula 1 World Drivers...

Colin Bruce Chapman

Colin Bruce Chapman

Class of 1994 Born in a suburb of London, England in 1928, Anthony Colin Bruce Chapman built his first car at age 7, a soapbox racer with independent front suspension. In 1945 Chapman entered the University of London's College of Engineering where he studied Civil...

Louis Chevrolet

Louis Chevrolet

Class of 1991 When 21-year-old Louis Chevrolet left his home in La Chauxde-Fonds, Switzerland in 1900 to move to North America, he set in motion a chain of events that would leave indelible marks on American automotive and motorsports history. His passion for...

James Clark Jr

James Clark Jr

Class of 1990 James Clark Jr., the apple-cheeked Scotsman born March 4, 1936 to a sheepherder in Kilmany, Scotland, is considered one of the greatest drivers ever. He was a two-time World Champion, in 1963 and 1965. He won a record 33 Grand Prix pole positions and 25...

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