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Ross L. Bremer

Ross was an outstanding small sedan driver, starting in 1962, winning the1964…67 SCCA Regional championshps in C Sedan, then placed third in the U-2 Touring class of the 1967 Rolex 24 At Daytona … he than refocused his activities on sailing for a couple decades before returning to Vintage racing in 1993 … Among his […]

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Ryan Briscoe

Currently racing in the Indy Racing League, driving for Team Penske. Ryan began racing karts in 1993 at the age of 11, and placed second in the Junior Yamaha Australian Championship…captured C.A.M.S. Junior Karter of the Year honors in 1994 and 1995. He was a factory CRG Team Driver 1996 through 1999. Signed to the […]

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Peter Brock

After graduating from the Los Angeles Art Center College of Design, Peter was hired by General Motors VP of Styling Bill Mitchell where he did design work on both the 1957 Stingray Racer and the 1963 Stingray street Corvette … after leaving GM he dabbled in racing from the cockpit angle, with a G-Modified Cooper […]

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Bobby Brown

An SCCA racer since the ’60s, competed in Corvettes and Cobras. Won GT class at •66 Daytona 24, earned multiple top-five finishes in Can-Am and F-5000 in ’70s, Formula B/Atlantic SCCA National champion in ’76. Retired in ’80, but returned to historic racing in ’90 in Formula 70 Series. Winner Gilles Villeneuve Grand Champion Trophy […]

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Justin Bell

SCCA Trans-Am Rookie of the Year in ’01, has competed in Barber Saab, British club championships, Asia Pacific Touring Car Championship, Indy Lights, Le Mans, FIA GT2 and Grand-Am. GT2 Le Mans winner in ’98, second in ’99, and second o/a in Corvette in ’00 Daytona 24. Also third o/a (second in class) at ’95 […]

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Townsend Bell

Townsend finished fourth in the 2009 Indianapolis-500. He was the 2002 Indy Lights Champion…also raced in Europe in the FIA F-3000 Series and did some testing with the BAR Honda and Jaguar F-1 teams. Began racing karts and then moved up to the Skip Barber Series. In addition to actively racing, he runs a company […]

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Allen Berg

Won ’82 Tasman Series, then moved to England, finishing fifth as a rookie in ’83 British Formula 3 Championship, and second in ’84. Made nine Grand Prix starts in ’86 with Osella F1 team. Re-established his career in Mexico, winning ’93 Mexican F3 Championship and ’01 Pan-American Indy Lights title. Runs Allen Berg Racing Schools […]

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Frank Biela

An Audi factory driver since 1990…first in touring cars and then in prototypes…Biela competed in every LeMans 24-Hour race from ’99 through ’08, winning five times…’00, ’01 and ’02 in the R8 with Pirro and Kristensen and in ’06 and ’07 in the R10 with Pirro and Werner. He has won four times at Sebring […]

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Bill Auberlen

Bill has been one the most successful sports car drivers in recent years. He joined with BMW Team PTG in 1996 after a very successful privateer effort. In 1997… won the IMSA GT3 championship, driving a BMW M3. He was the Grand-Am GT Series champion in 2002 and 2004. Scored back-to-back Driver’s Championships in 2003 […]

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Tom Bagley

Tom didn’t run his first race until age 31…a 1971 IMSA Pro Formula Ford Race, which he ran on a provisional license from Bill Scott’s Racing School and finished 18th of 56 entries … a new career accelerated quickly for Tom: his fifth race saw him finish seventh at the 1972 Sebring Pro VW Gold […]

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Roger Bailey

Roger is one of the sport’s most respected and experienced officials. For 26 years, Bailey ran open-wheel racing’s primary support series, successively known as the American Racing Series, Firestone Indy Lights and the IRL Indy Pro Series. Bailey won the British Formula 3 championship with Jackie Stewart in 1964 and was a member of the […]

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Fred Baker

Racing for more than 30 years, Baker won his first of four SCCA Runoffs championshipa in 1980 with a Jaguar E-type. British native but American citizen who, in 1981, became the first American to win the Jaguar Driver of the Year award … Won four SSCA Runoffs championships — 1980 with C Production Jaguar XK-E, […]

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Jack Baldwin

Arrived upon the road racing scene by winning the SCCA National Formula Ford Championship. Won back-to back IMSA GTU Championships in 1984-85. Was Trans-Am Rookie of the Year in 1990..won the Series Championship in 1992. Earned back-to-back invitations to the International Race of Champions in 1993-94….his best finish a second at Talladega….Also raced successfully in […]

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Skip Barber

Skip won back-to-back SCCA Formula Ford National Championships in 1969 and 1970…also won the SCCA National Formula B Championship in 1970. A winner in the North American F-B Pro Series. Competed in several European Formula One races in a March…scoring an impressive 6th place in a non-points race at Hockenheim. Top competitor on professional F-B […]

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João Barbosa

A native of Portugal, he began racing karts at age 11, winning the ’88 Portuguese Junior Kart championship, following that with Formula A and Super A titles. Has championships in Portuguese Formula Ford and Italian Formula Europa Boxer. Was second in the ’96 Italian Formula 3 championship winning Rookie of the Year and was ’97 […]

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Jerry Barker

In the late 1960’s, Jerry was one of the best SCCA G-Production Spitfire drivers in the country, finishing second at the National Championship Runoffs in 1970. Barker then stepped back to run Formula Vee in regional racing. In 1975 he returned to the Spitfire and won the G-Prod National title. In 1980 he was awarded […]

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Charles A. Barns

Charlie Barns passed away in Dec. 2017 in Dallas, Tex. He was 85. Began racing in 1959 with Alfa Romeo. Charlie distinguished himself in the early 1960s in small modifieds. He won the 1964 G-Modified SCCA National Championship in a Merlyn Mk6 at the Riverside ARRC. The following year, he ran both GM and FM […]

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Al Beasley, Sr.

Winner of the 1988 the SCCA D Sports Racing National Championship and the President’s Cup for the top drive at the National Championship Runoffs – at age 62! Was one of the Club’s top D Sports Racing drivers behind the wheel of a Bobsy and Bease-Decker …winner of multiple SCCA divisional championships and the National […]

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Derek Bell

Began racing in 1964 with a Lotus 7 and four years later debuted in Formula One for Ferrari at Italian G.P. Best finish of sixth in 1970 Watkins Glen race. Nine F-1 starts for Ferrari, McLaren, Brabham, Techno and Surtees. One of the world’s greatest endurance drivers, notably for Porsche, with 1985-86 championships in World […]

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Don Bell

As both a driver and now, through his business interests, as a team sponsor, Don has remained at the top of his game for many years. Starting as a successful Porsche racer in SCCA Club Racing events during the 1970s, he graduated to the IMSA Camel GT series in 1981 and to the IMSA GTP […]

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Tommy Archer

Tommy was the 1992 Trans-Am Rookie of the Year and the 2004 Speed GT Drivers’ Champion. Began racing in 1970 in Autocross. Qualified on the pole in 1975 for the SCCA Runoffs. Won seven of sixteen races in the 1984 IMSA Champion Spark Plug Series to claim the championship. Racing with brother Bobby, he won […]

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Scott Atherton

Scott is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Panoz Motor Sports Group which includes the American Le Mans Series, Road Atlanta, Sebring International Raceway, Mosport International Raceway, Elan Technologies and International Motor Sports Association. He also serves on the board of directors for Panoz Auto Development…builder of the Panoz Esperante sports car…and is active […]

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Dennis Aase

One of America’s premier production car racers. Starting in Porsche 911s, Aase was a winner not only in the Sports Car Club of America’s National Championship arena, but also in the International Motorsports Association’s tough Camel GTU category. In the 1980’s Aase was hired by Dan Gurney’s All American Racers for AAR’s Toyota IMSA GTU […]

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Bill Adam

Started his career in sports cars as a privateer – winning a Canadian championship before being hired professionally by the Group 44 race team in 1980. Co-drove with Bob Tullius in the Triumph TR-8 in the IMSA series and had victories at the Sebring 12 Hour endurance race, Road Atlanta, Mosport, and Road America. Drove […]

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Bobby Akin

Bobby Akin is a television and advertising executive and son of the late Bob Akin, former president of the RRDC. Bobby commissioned Steuben Glass to create the Bob Akin Memorial Motorsports Award for the RRDC to honor his father. Each year young Akin, Brian Redman and Archie Urciuoli choose a recipient who best mirrors the […]

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George E. Alderman

Began racing in 1956 with an ex-Formula 3 Cooper-Jap. SCCA Formula 3 National Champion in a Cooper-Norton in 1960; and Formula Libre Runoffs champion in 1964 in a Cooper-Alfa. Ran several SCCA pro series in the mid-60s including the USRRC, Trans-Am and Can-Am and in Trans-Am Two-Five Challenge in the early ’70s. In ’71 and […]

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A. J. Allmendinger

Most recently in the Phoenix Racing NASCAR stable, AJ Allmendinger has shown skill and versatility from the moment he first slipped into a quarter-midget. He soon graduated to karts where he captured two IKF Championships. At 20, AJ ran a few races over the winter in the New Zealand Formula Ford Series, then finished out […]

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William E. Alsup

Veteran open-wheel racer who won dual 1978 championships with the SCCA VW Golf Cup for Super Vees, and the USAC Mini-Indy series for the same cars , Switched to CART in 1979-84, finished second in the 1991 PPG Championship and 11th at Indianapolis 500 . Returned to road racing in 1985 and won the IMSA […]

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Marcos Ambrose

Started in karts at age 10, won four Tasmanian junior titles, then the Australian championship in 1995. Won the European Formula Ford Championship in ’99. Was awarded the Australian Sports Medal in 2000. Moved to International V8 Supercar Series in ’01 and was named Rookie of the Year. Scored 25 V8 Supercar victories in five […]

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Robert Ames

First licensed as a driver in 1958. 50 years plus holder of SCCA National license or better. Active in the founding of Portland International Raceway and closely involved in bringing professional racing to the facility beginning in the mid 60’s. Active as a member of the CART promoters committee and with IMSA and Trans Am […]

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John A. Andretti

Only RRDC member who successfully made the leap from a solid road racing background to win on NASCAR ovals, stopping along the way to excel in both CART and NHRA drag racing. Picked up his first NASCAR Cup victory at Daytona’s Pepsi 400 in 1997, then added a 1999 Martinsville win. Began racing go karts […]

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Marco M. Andretti

Top competitor in the Indy Car Series since 2006. Was the Indianapoils-500 “Rookie of the Year” in 2006…also won IRL Series “Rookie of the Year” honors. Scored his first Indy Car win at Sonoma in 2006. Began racing karts winning championships at Oakland Valley Raceway in NY. Moved up to the Barber Dodge Series in […]

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Mario Andretti

Mario is perhaps the greatest American driver in the history of the sport. He is one of only two drivers to win races in Formula One, IndyCar, World Sports Car Championship and NASCAR He also won races in midget cars, sprint cars and drag racing. During his career, Andretti won the Indy 500, four IndyCar […]

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Michael Andretti

Rolled up 42 wins in his Indy Car career. Won the CART Series Championship in 1991. Dogged by bad luck in the Indy 500, his best finishes were second and third despite leading perhaps the most laps of any driver of his era. Finished third at LeMans in 1983 co-driving with father Mario. Took a […]

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Andrew Aquilante

Began racing at age 9 in Quarter midgets in Pennsylvania, taking his first of many wins in ’97. Was the ’04 SCCA T-1 NEDIV Divisional Champion, as well as NEDIV Rookie of the Year and top 10 at the SCCA Runoffs.From ’05 thru ’07 repeated as NEDIV T-1 champion, won the Runoffs and the SCCA […]

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Robert Archer

Made his mark in racing cars based on production models, starting with seven Ice Racing championships 1972 and 1987 in Renaults and Chevy Spectrums . Won a Runoffs National Championship in 1980 with a Renault LeCar in the GT 4 class . Turned to Corvettes to win the SCCA Escort Endurance Championship GT category in […]

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