Five legendary NASCAR personalities – three drivers, an owner and an engine builder/crew chief – were inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, N.C., on Jan. 31.
Seven-time NHRA national event winner Alexis DeJoria is joining three other inductees enshrined in the National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame this week.
Drivers across the country are mourning this week after learning that recent Berlin Raceway Hall of Fame inductee and noted motorsports industry giant Randy Sweet passed away last weekend.
USAC’s 2019 Hall of Fame class is sure to evoke emotions when formally inducted Wednesday, September 4.
Featuring nine outstanding racing representatives from every type of motor sport, the Hall’s incoming class includes racers in NASCAR, drag racing, open wheel, sports cars, motorcycle flat track and off-road competition.
NASCAR has announced its 2020 Hall of Fame members – a group of five comprising three drivers, a crew chief and a team owner.
One of the most accomplished and renowned NHRA legends was recently inducted into the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America.
The National Corvette Museum has announced its 2019 inductees to the Corvette Hall of Fame. Briggs Cunningham was inducted in the racing category.
Janet Guthrie had a storied career in auto racing, but may be best-remembered as the first woman to qualify for the Indianapolis 500.
Davey Allison, Jeff Gordon, Alan Kulwicki, Roger Penske and Jack Roush comprise the 10th Class of the NASCAR Hall of Fame.