The newest class of inductees for the National Dirt Late Model Hall of Fame includes five drivers.
A.J. Foyt must be a cat. He’s had bad crashes, even with a tractor at his ranch, and now has twice been attacked by Africanized Killer Bees.
Congratulations are in order today – Ken Regenthal, RacingJunk.com’s first Behind the Wheel driver, has raced his way into the North Carolina Drag Racing Hall of Fame.
One of the first men to dominate the Sports Car Clubs of America (SCCA) in mostly production class vehicles was recently inducted into the SCCA Hall of Fame.
Five NASCAR icons – two drivers, a crew chief/owner, an engine builder/owner and a broadcaster – were enshrined into the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Roy Lunn, one of the engineers behind a number of popular cars, has passed away at the age of 92. Lunn’s career in automotive engineering spanned several decades and two continents.
The name of August Fruehauf may sound familiar to you, but you may not know why. Fruehauf is one of a few men credited with creating the trucking industry in the United States back in the early part of the 20th century.
NASCAR announced today the inductees who will comprise the NASCAR Hall of Fame Class of 2018.
Though John Force’s racing career is far from over, his incredible record and skill have led the California Sports Hall of Fame to schedule his induction for later this year. He will be the first person in motorsports to join the Hall of Fame.
The hall of fame is housed inside Wayne Lensing’s Historic Auto Attractions museum in Roscoe, Ill.