The Motorsports Hall of Fame of America has announced their Class of 2019, which consists of seven important figures in the world of American Motorsports.
The new inductees are:
Augie Duesenberg: Along with his brother Frederick, Duesenberg was a pioneer in the automotive field having built multiple cars that dominated racing in the 1920’s.
Dario Franchitti: From Scotland, Franchitti would become a four time IndyCar Series Champion (2007, 2009, 2010 & 2011) and was a three time winner of the Indianapolis 500 (2007, 2010 & 2012). He would win 21 races over all in the IndyCar Series.
Phil Remington: Remington was considered a legendary engineer in the field of auto racing.
Kevin Schwantz: Schwantz was a competitive motorcycle racer who would win 25 times on the Grand Prix Motorcycle Racing tour.
Don Schumacher: Schumacher was a former competitive drag racer who now has his own team in the sport.
Tony Stewart: Stewart won everywhere he went and he is the only racer in history to hold wins in both the IndyCar and NASCAR series. Stewart was the 2002 Winston Cup Series, 2005 Nextel Cup Series Champion and the 2011 Sprint Cup Series Champion and also the 2006 IROC Champion.
Linda Vaughn: Vaughn was an iconic trophy queen who was notably named the “Miss Queen of the Atlanta Speedway” at 18.
The museum is held at the Daytona International Speedway.
We here at Notinhalloffame.com would like to congratulate the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America Class of 2019.