Honorary

Robert Clarke

From ’81 managed various aspects of American Honda, including Parts, Motorcycle, Facilities and R&D divisions. Established in ’93 and directed for almost 20 years Honda Performance Development, including its IndyCar and Acura sports car programs. His Acura program resulted in 123 wins, six manufacturer championships (including two ALMS championships with Highcroft Racing), and eight driver […]

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J. C. Argetsinger

J.C. was born into a racing family. His father, Cameron, organized the Formula One Grand Prix of the United States at Watkins Glen. Unlike his brothers, Michael and Peter, who pursued long careers in motor racing, J.C. practiced law in Washington D.C. for 25 years. Returning to his hometown to practice law, J.C. ultimately served […]

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David Arnold

In 1965, at his first daily newspaper job in Dover, Ohio, Dave wrote a weekly column on auto racing. He was soon lured by the Dover newspaper’s sister paper in Mansfield, Ohio where his managing editor wanted expanded coverage of Mid-Ohio’s races. He left the newspaper in 1970 to accept the Public Relations position at […]

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Joseph Aquilante

Joe has spent many an hour behind the wheel since 1978, but his outside-of-racing business acumen is what made him successful, as the owner of the Phoenix Motorsports fleets of Camaros, Firebirds, Subarus and Corvettes in 20 years of IMSA Endurance and SCCA Club Racing programs Personally, Joe has been an SCCA Northeast Division champion […]

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