Hall of Fame Members
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...

Jerry Cook

Jerry Cook

Class of 2009 Jerry Cook is one of only a handful of drivers ever to win more than five driving titles in a single racing division, capturing six NASCAR Modified championships during the 1970’s. After two consecutive runner-up finishes in the Modifieds in 1969...

Briggs Cunningham

Briggs Cunningham

Class of 2003 Briggs Cunningham was a great athlete who excelled in everything from bobsledding to golf to yachting, but his burning ambition was to build American cars with American drivers that could compete with the finest Europe had to offer. After World War II,...

Ralph DePalma

Ralph DePalma

Class of 1991 There are many names revered in motor racing circles, but among those which represent the true pioneers of the sport, none is more so than Ralph DePalma. The word "legend" is tossed about freely when used to recognize those of singular accomplishments,...

Junie Donlavey

Junie Donlavey

Class of 2007 In his entire career as a stock car racer and owner, Junie Donlavey never strayed far from his Richmond, Virginia home, but his influence and reputation for giving drivers a chance to compete at NASCAR’s highest level were known far and...

Mark Donohue Jr

Mark Donohue Jr

Class of 1990 Mark Donohue Jr. was one of the most versatile racing drivers ever to compete. He won in sports cars, Indy Cars, stock cars; on oval tracks and road courses. He was a two-time USRRC Champion, a three-time SCCA Trans-Am Champion, a Can-Am Champion, winner...

Ralph Earnhardt

Ralph Earnhardt

Class of 1997 He no longer thunders through turn four with dust swirling, nor speeds down the front straightaway everyone to take the checkered flag, those who knew Ralph Earnhardt can see him still. He was the epitome of a race car driver. Ralph Lee Earnhardt was...

Dale Earnhardt Sr

Dale Earnhardt Sr

Class of 2006 7 NASCAR championships 76 All-time wins Three-time driver of the year recipient. One of the most popular drivers in the history of racing, Dale Earnhardt earned his legions of fans with aggressive and sometimes unbelievable driving.   His...

Richie Evans

Richie Evans

Class of 1996 Richie Evans, a product of Rome, NY, raced Modifieds on oval tracks, and worked on them off the track too. In fact, after Evans won his first NASCAR national Modified championship in 1973, the NASCAR Record Book ventured that he 'seems to get as much...

Juan Manuel Fangio

Juan Manuel Fangio

Class of 1990 Born on June 24, 1911 near Balcarce, Argentina, Juan Manuel Fangio started out as a mechanic. But by age 23, he had driven in his first race in a converted Ford taxi that disintegrated during the event. His early efforts as a driver were far from...

Charles Farmer

Charles Farmer

Class of 2004 In a career that has seen him race in seven different decades, Red Farmer began racing in 1949 and won his first feature that year. Over the next 54 years, Farmer has continued to pile up the wins, taking more than 740 features on asphalt, dirt and...

Enzo Ferrari

Enzo Ferrari

Class of 1994 Born in Modena, Italy in 189S, Enzo was a sportswriter, race car driver, designer and producer of racing and high performance road cars. After serving in the Italian Army, Ferrari became a test and race car driver for Vespa, and then with Alfa Romeo,...