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Owen C. Trinkler

Owen is a second-generation driver, having followed in his father’s footsteps, beginning his racing career at age 10. Now having spent most of his life giving back to the sport, he’s now a proven winner with over 30 years of racing experience in all disciplines of the sport ranging from open wheel to NASCAR, with […]

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Timothy Minor

  SCCA Club and Pro Racing (1988-present): 1991: Mid Atlantic Road Racing Champion CF; runner-up by 1 point in ‘92. 1990-‘94:  Raced and won numerous events in FF, FV, FC; also ran in the Valvoline Pro Series and had top 5 finishes in all those events. 1991: Started building my own 2-liter Pinto engines, winning 2 National Events in […]

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Jeff Zwart

SCCA U.S Pro Rally championship Open Class Champion 1990. Pikes Peak International Class Championships, 1994-98, 2002, 2010. Panama-Alaska 1997 FIA Marathon Rally, second overall. Baja 1000, Challenge Class Champion 2004. TransSyberia Rally 2007, eighth in class, 11th overall. Pikes Peak International Hill Climb 2015 under 10 minutes, Time Attack Champion. Directs high-performance TV commercials around […]

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Eric Prill

An SCCA member his entire life, Eric completed driver’s school in his father’s Lotus Super Seven in 1995, campaigning it the next 15 years, earning one SCCA Runoffs pole position (2008) and one podium finish (third, 2009). After building his own Mazda Miata in 2011, he added another Runoffs pole in 2012, recording five more […]

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Paul Spruell

“A 1961 red Alfa Giulietta Spider brightened up my junior year at Georgia Tech. This set in motion a passion for the legendary Alfa Romeo brand and a racing career winning four SCCA National Championships. Running SCCA autocross piqued my interest in racing, and I began building a second Alfa Spider for SCCA G Production. […]

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Tom Robertson

“I began racing in SCCA in 1963, racing many different cars and classes from small production cars to sports racers to formula cars, I would always get car wraps perth for all of my cars. In 1975, I bought a Lotus Super 7, re-engineered it to make it work and – in 1977 – entered […]

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Brian Linn

Brian Linn grew up watching his dad work on his H-Production Sprite. After joining his dad on two trips to the SCCA Runoffs in 1979 and ’80, the dream was set. After four 2nd place finishes at the Runoffs and a 2007 Mark Donohue Award, Brian finally won his first Runoffs at Daytona in an […]

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Calvin Stewart

Calvin Stewart started his racing career like many in Karting, winning 10 championships in eight seasons. He started racing SCCA in 1992 in F440/F500 and Formula Continental. Always a front runner with several divisional titles, he’s been on the podium several times at the Runoffs. His F500 victory at the 2015 SCCA Runoffs at Daytona by […]

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Michael Varacins

Michael is a six-time SCCA National Champion in the competitive FV class, winning titles in 2009, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016 and 2017. In addition he has earned eight Runoffs pole positions, including six straight from 2009 to 2014. Supplementing the six championships, he has been on the podium four additional times, earning three second places […]

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Dion von Moltke

Started racing karts at age 13, winning several local championships before moving up to the National/International level. He has driven in the Skip Barber series, Grand-Am and ALMS, including the 2012 and ’13 Sebring 12 Hrs for Alex Job Racing. Von Moltke drove for Flying Lizard in ’14, Paul Miller Racing in ’15 and in ’16 […]

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Tommy Milner

Son of Tom Milner, and GM factory driver. Started in karts at 14. Drove for Panoz in 2006 and ’08 and for Rahal Letterman in ALMS in 2007, ’09 and ’10. Third in 2010 in ALMS championship, Six 24 Hours of Le Mans, including GTE class winner (11th o/a) in Corvette C6.R in 2011. Class winner in 2013 […]

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Kip Laughlin

First raced in SCCA Refrigerator Bowl ’69 in Zink Formula V. From ’70-’88, had more than 150 starts, more than 25 wins, 50-plus podiums and a dozen lap records. SCCA Formula Ford Northeast co-champion (with Chip Ganassi) ’80. Class win at Nelson Ledges 24-hour in Camaro w/ Dave Weitzenhof and Roger Marble ’85. SCCA Pro […]

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Harry Ingle

SCCA Formula Vee National champion ’70. Formula Super V National champion and President’s Cup recipient ’73. FSV runoffs pole ’71 & ’74.  Second o/a in Pro Super V series to Bill Scott ’72, Bertil Roos ’73, and EFR ’74.  Five Pro Super V poles and seven podiums in ’74. Purchased Zink Super V company ’71.

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Tom Hessert, Jr.

The 1988 IMSA Camel GTP Light Champion, three-time Daytona 24 and Sebring 12 winner in GTP Light. Drove for factory IMSA Buick and BMW teams, and was third in WSC-2 class and ninth overall in 1987 24 Hours of Le Mans.

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Sarah Fisher

Nine starts in the Indy 500. First woman to qualify on the pole for an IndyCar race (Kentucky ‘02) and first IndyCar podium (3rd Kentucky ’00). Since ’08 has run her own team. First female team owner to win an Izod IndyCar race, and the Sarah Fisher Hartman Team currently fields driver Josef Newgarten.

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Paul Brand

The 1980 SCCA E Production National Champion. Lead instructor at Skip Barber Racing School since 1984, and MX5 “Cup” race-car test/development driver for Barber since 2006. Has raced and won in numerous SCCA and IMSA series since 1976. Was the 1978 Driver of the Year, LOL Region SCCA, and the 1976 Maryland State Kart Champion.

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Jonathan Bomarito

The 2000 “Stars of Tomorrow” karting champion, the 2003 Formula Ford Zetec Champion with five wins; second in 2008 Formula Atlantic Championship; GT category winner in 2010 Daytona 24. As a factory Dodge SRT Viper driver, was second in the 2014 TUDOR championship, GTLM division. Racing for factory Mazda Prototype team in 2015.

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Bob Bailey

Racing from ’63 in a Porsche Super 90 at various SCCA races through ’66. Multiple Daytona 24-hour, Sebring 12-hour and Watkins Glen 6-hour races, plus various Trans-Am ’67-’73. Driving Porsches (usually with co-drivers Jim Locke or John Kelly) first in class at ’66 Watkins Glen 500, 1st in class at ’67 & ’68 Sebring 12-hour, […]

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Lawson Ashenbach

Karting from age 8, then Formula Ford 1600, then FF 2000 Zetec Championship, winning the “Road to Indy” oval track crown in ‘02.  From ’05 won four Pirelli World Challenge championships with Porsche (’06), Honda (’11) and Chevrolet (’13 & ’14).  Also won ’10 Grand-Am Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge (Honda) & ’14 Lamborghini Super Trofeo […]

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Anatoly Arutunoff

The 1981 SCCA H Production National Champion in a Morgan and President’s Cup winner. An eclectic car collector, whimsical raconteur, he built Hallett Motor Racing Circuit in 1976, near Tulsa.  An avid racer for many years including several forays into Europe.

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Jochen Mass

European Touring Car Champion in ’72; 107 F1 starts in ’73-’83, including Spanish GP win; winner of 24 Hours of Spa, and RAC TT Silverstone in ’72. Porsche driver for many years, scoring 32 World Sports Car Championship wins from ’82-’95. Won LeMans 24-hour for Mercedes in ’89; ’86 Sebring 12-hour winner with Bobby Rahal.

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Gerard Larrousse

Multiple French rally champion; NSU, Renault, Porsche works driver in ’60s; winner of Tour de Course, Sebring and Nurburgring 1000 in ’69; LeMans 24-hour winner in ’73, ’74 and ’78. Owner, Larrousse F1 ’87-’94. President, LeMans Club des Pilotes since ’09.

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Denny Wilson

Denny Wilson began racing sport cars as soon as he was eligible and gained his SCCA National license in his first year of competition; winning his first national race the following year and qualifying for the American Road Race of Champions. He has raced stock cars, formula, sports racing, sedans and sport cars. Over the […]

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Matt Plumb

Skip Barber Formula Dodge Champion in ’97; 14 wins in IMSA Continental Tire Championship. His Rum Bum Racing team, with him as lead driver, won Team Championship in ’12 and ’13; won Driver’s Championship in ’13.

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Jim Pace

Overall Daytona 24-hour and Sebring 12-Hour winner in ’96; ’94 GTU series champion; longtime Skip Barber Racing School instructor and vintage car tester/setup guru and racer.

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Lawrence Loshak

SCCA National E Production champion ’06; SCCA Bronze Medal in D Sports Racer Nationals in ’09 and championship in ’10; in ’13 won SCCA F1000 and H Production National championships, the USF 1000 National Championship, plus H Production and F1000 Triple Crown Awards and RRDC Mark Donohue Award. Veteran driver coach. Currently competing in the SCCA […]

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Katherine Legge

Versatile racer, with three wins and five podiums in ’05 Formula Atlantic Championship, finishing third in points; five top-10s in Champ Car World Series in ’06; Audi factory driver in DTM ’08-’09. Also competed in Formula Renault, Daytona 24-hour, Indy 500. Drove Delta Wing in ALMS and IMSA in ’13-’14, with six podiums in ’13.

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Howden Ganley

Engineer, mechanic and race-car driver worldwide since ’60. Worked in Can-Am Series; placed third as driver in European F3 championship and second in European F5000 in ’70. Awarded Von Trips Memorial Trophy; founded TIGA Racing Cars in ’76.

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Geoff Brabham

Four-time IMSA GTP champion (”88-’91); ’81 Can-Am champion; ’93 LeMans 24-hour winner; runner-up in Australian Super Touring Championship in ’95 and ’97. Son of Jack Brabham. Ten Indy 500 starts, with best placing a fourth in ’83.

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Desire Wilson

Desir_ is one of only five women to compete in Formula One. She entered one F1 World Championship Grand Prix in 1980 with a non-works Williams FW07 prepared by Brands Hatch Racing, but failed to qualify. She also raced in the 1981 non-championship South African Grand Prix. She became the only woman to win an […]

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Justin Wilson

Justin began racing karts in 1987. In 1998, he was a finalist in the McLaren Autosport BRDC Young Driver of the Year Award and won the inaugural Formula Palmer Audi championship, taking nine race wins, including six of the final seven. A year later, he graduated to the FIA International Formula 3000 Series and won […]

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George Wintersteen

George’s road racing career was comparatively short…only a decade…but he squeezed two decades worth of success and fun into those years when there were only SCCA and FIA to contend … The popular hillclimbs in eastern Pennsylvania first caught George’s fancy, and by the time the 1962 season rolled around, he’d already traded his Porsche […]

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William M. Wonder

With more than 55 years of competing both professionally and for the sheer enjoyment, Bill raced an array of automobiles from MG Specials and Porsche Spyders to a Buick-powered Genie and a Ford GT40, plus Can-Am and Trans-Am cars. His first outing was in the 1953 Sebring 12-Hour, finishing 16th in an MG-TD. A true […]

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William Wuesthoff

Successful amateur racer starting in 1955 with succession of MG, Alfa-Romeo and Porsche cars, but really made his mark in the fledgling professional and semi-pro events of the time. Ran the 1000km Nurburgring races in a Porsche Carrera GT Speedster as early as 1958. Shared an Elva-Porsche with fellow RRDC member Augie Pabst to win […]

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Thomas D. Yeager

Began his racing career on the streets of Marion, Ohio, with a highly customized 1950 Mercury, then progressed to sports cars with an MGA and an Austin-Healey 100. Attending SCCA races as a spectator got him afflicted with ‘the bug’, and by 1962, he was racing a Lotus 7 in organized events, raced a Merlyn […]

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S. Robson Walton

Since starting his on track career in 1994, Rob has primarily focused his efforts on racing vintage sports cars … Over the years, Rob’s involvement has expanded to include a variety of cars from 1600 c.c. Alfa Romeos to 427 Corvettes … He has competed in over 60 events in the U. S., Europe, Africa, […]

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Bill Warner

Although his efforts in organized professional and amateur road racing have netted him one win in the former SCCA Escort Endurance series, Bill’s major contributions to the sport have been in preserving its history and significant cars. In 1996 he founded the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance; the show has raised over $1.2 million for the […]

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John F. Weinberger

Like so many others before and after John, his first race car was a Porsche Speedster … 10 years later he was in a new Porsche 911S which won a Chicago Region SCCA class championship and set a class track record at the old Wilmot Hills circuit … By 1968 he was racing a Porsche […]

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