Hall of Fame Members
Peter Gregg

Peter Gregg

Class of 1992 Peter Holden Gregg was born on May 4,1940, in New York City. He was the son of a mechanical engineer who was involved in the manufacture of marine incinerators. He had many advantages in life and used them to educate himself and become financially...

Dan Gurney

Dan Gurney

Class of 1990 Daniel Sexton Gurney did just about everything. He won Grand Prix races, he won NASCAR races, he won Indy Car races, he won the 24 Hours of LeMans, he won the 24 Hours of Daytona. He engineered new and exciting cars one of which made him the only...

Janet Guthrie

Janet Guthrie

Class of 2006 Janet Guthrie is the first woman ever to compete in the Indianapolis 500 (May 1977) and the Daytona 500 (February 1977.)  She finished 9th in the 1978 Indianapolis 500 with a team she formed, owned and managed herself.  This remained the...

Mike Hailwood

Mike Hailwood

Class of 2001 Mike Hailwood began racing motorcycles in 1957, and over the next decade, he won some 300 races and nine motorcycle championships, riding Triumphs, Italian MV's and Hondas. By his own estimate, he set "about 220" race or lap records. He won his first...

Jim Hall

Jim Hall

Class of 1997 Jim Hall was the sort of competitor who was satisfied with nothing short of victory. When the car he was to this desire, he did something to rectify the problem. Jim Hall was born July 23,1935, in Abilene, Texas and was reared in Colorado and New Mexico....

Donald Mitchell Healey

Donald Mitchell Healey

Class of 1996 Donald Mitchell Healey, noted British rally driver, automobile engineer, and speed record holder, was born on July 3, 1898 in Perranporth, North Cornwall, England. Following an apprenticeship at Sopwith Aviation, he volunteered for the Royal Flying Corps...

Chip Hanauer

Chip Hanauer

Class of 2005 Chip Hanauer was unquestionably the greatest Unlimited Hydroplane racer in the world for more than a decade. The native of Seattle began racing boats while he was still in grammar school, moved through the ranks of the outboard hydroplanes and got his...

Rick Hendrick

Rick Hendrick

Class of 2013 It was on his family’s tobacco farm in southern Virginia where his father, “Papa Joe” taught Rick Hendrick about the value of hard work and gave him a passion for cars. But who could’ve known that passion and hard work would lead...

Ray Hendrick

Ray Hendrick

Class of 2007 Ray Hendrick ranks as one of the greatest stock car drivers that ever raced consistently on the NASCAR Winston Cup/Grand National circuits.  His inclusion among NASCAR’s 50 Greatest Drivers attests to that.  The bulk of his more than 700...

Graham Hill

Graham Hill

Class of 1990 Norman Graham Hill was horn in Hampstead, a suburb of London, on Feb.15, 1929. Remarkably, he was 24 years old, out of school and with a job, before he ever drove a car. He bought a Morris 8 in 1953 and didn't pass his official driving test until weeks...

Phil Hill

Phil Hill

Class of 1991 Where to start? Phil Hill was the first American driver to win the 24 Hours of LeMans. He was the first to win the12 Hours of Sebring three times. He was the first to win a modern Formula One Grand Prix race. He was the first to win a Grand Touring race...

John Holman

John Holman

Class of 2011 One half of one of the most successful NASCAR owners, John Holman was partners with Ralph Moody, who formed one of the most successful NASCAR teams, Holman-Moody. One of the first teams to build “purpose-built” stock car racing chassis,...