Canadian Motorsport Hall of Fame

The Canadian Motorsport Hall of Fame (CMHF) is a hall of fame run by the Canadian Motorsport Heritage Foundation as a not-for-profit charitable institution that "honours and recognizes the achievements of individuals and institutions that have made outstanding contributions to Canadian motorsport as drivers, owners, team members, motorsport builders, sponsors and significant contributors, as well as those who have distinguished themselves in the new Media category."[1] It was established in 1992 by Gary Magwood and Lee Abrahamson,[2] with assistance by Automobile Journalists Association of Canada founding president and motorsport reporter Len Coates, to celebrate the accomplishments and contributions of the various Canadian motorsports communities.[3][4] The CMHF has moved location six times over the course of its history owning to difficulties garnering sponsorship and community support creating financial trouble, and has been housed at The Canadian Motorsport Heritage Museum, in Toronto's Downsview Park since 2010.[5][6]

Inductees are received by a panel of motorsport experts from the CMHF Nomination Committee. Normally, all inductees have to been retired from competition for at least three years or have been active in motorsports for about a quarter of a century.[7] The long, public nomination process allows submissions to be sent to the nomination committee of the CMHF's legal administrators, the Canadian Automotive Collection (CAC), which passes the successful nominees to its independent, expert Selection Committee. A subsequent ballot determining the submissions list by an independent scoring process system for nomination evaluation by each Selection Committee member is presented to the CAC and the CMHF for ratification following the conclusion of the public nomination procedure.[8][9] The board subsequently determines a cut-off score when it opts to identify all candidates in a given year and then the inductees' names are presented to them.[9] Each successful inductee is contacted by the chair of the board before their names are publicly released.[1] Before that, Abrahamson and Magwood wrote to associations and senior Canadian motorsports clubs asking for nominees, with an eight or ten-person experienced journalist standing committee choosing the inductees.[2][10]

There are five main types of category of which inductees are placed into: Competitors, Motorsport Builders, Team Members, Significant Contributors and the Media.[1] The CMHF established an additional international category in 2009 to recognize "significant contributions to motorsports in Canada" and "prominent international figures".[11] Each inductee receives a personal plaque bearing the CMHF logo and one on the mezzanine inside the CMHF for listing purposes.[12][13] Articles and photographs detailing the inductees' achievements are put on display in the hall of fame and there are various displays inside it.[14] The inaugural induction gala dinner ceremony to honour inductees took place at the Four Seasons Hotel Yorkville, in Toronto, Ontario, August 19, 1993,[3] and since 2019 has been held annually as part of the Canadian International AutoShow in Toronto after it was staged as a late-year unincorporated ceremony for most of its history.[15] There was no induction in 2009 as a result of the economic constraints caused by the Great Recession in North America forcing the CMHF's board of directors opting to postpone the ceremony to the following year.[6][16]

Since 1993, a total of 230 individuals from the world of motorsport have been inducted, with between five to fifteen auto racing figures added each year.[17] The vast majority are men; there have been eight women who have been elected to the CMHF.[17] Kay Petre became the first woman racing driver to be named an inductee in 1995,[18] and the two most recent women to be added to the CMHF were Nathalie Richard and Anne Roy in 2020.[19][20] The first inducted physician was Hugh E. Scully in 2000.[17][21] Hydroplane drivers Robert Theoret and Jean Theoret are the only two brothers to have been inducted individually in 2006 and 2010 respectively.[22] The 2018 class was the first to composed wholly of print and broadcast motorsport journalists.[15][17] The CMHF contains nine organizations and on seven occasions there have been two or more inductees grouped for their combined work. Of the international inductees, they include Carroll Shelby (2009), Bobby Rahal (2010), Sid Watkins (2010), Michael Andretti (2011), Mario Andretti (2012), Nigel Mansell (2013), Jackie Stewart (2014), Multimatic Motorsports (2015), Legendary Motorcar (2016), Honda (2017) and McLaren (2019).[17]

InducteesEdit

Key
  Indicates posthumous induction
* Denotes international inductee
Inductees of the Canadian Motorsport Hall of Fame[17]
Year Inductee Occupation Category Refs
1993 Bill Brack Competitor Road racing [23]
John Cannon Competitor Road racing [24]
Billy Foster  Competitor Stock car racing [25]
Imperial Tobacco Significant contributor N/A [26]
Bob McLean  Competitor Road racing [27]
Chuck Ratheb Motorsport builder Road racing [28]
Peter Ryan  Competitor Road racing [29]
Bill Sadler Motorsport builder Road racing [30]
Gilles Villeneuve  Competitor Road racing [31][32]
Eppie Wietzes Competitor Road racing [33]
1994 Dave Billes Motorsport builder Road racing [34]
George Chapman Competitor Road racing [35]
Ross de St. Croix Competitor Road racing [36]
Mike Duff[a] Competitor Motorcycle racing [38]
George Eaton Competitor Road racing [39]
Bob Hanna Motorsport builder Road racing [40]
Jimmy Howard Competitor Stock car racing [41]
Horst Kroll Competitor Road racing [37][42]
Norm Namerow Competitor Road racing [43]
John Ross Motorsport builder Road racing [44]
1995 Dale Armstrong Competitor Drag racing [45]
Francis Bradley N/A Road racing [46]
Trevor Deeley Competitor Motorcycle racing [47]
Brad Francis Motorsport builder N/A [48]
Frank Hawley Competitor Road racing [49]
Ted Hogan  Competitor Stock car racing [50]
Norm Lelliott  Competitor Stock car racing [51]
Harvey Lennox Competitor Stock car racing [52]
Dean Murray Motorsport builder Stock car racing [53][54]
Derek Oland Competitor
Motorsport builder
Grand Prix [55]
Kay Petre  Competitor Road racing [18][56]
Ron and Eve White Motorsport builder Motorcycle racing [57]
1996 Warren Coniam Competitor Stock car racing [58]
Doug Duncan  Motorsport builder Stock car racing [59][60]
Bernie Fedderly Motorsport builder Drag racing [61]
Craig Hill Competitor Road racing [62]
Harvey Hudes  Significant contributor N/A [63][64]
Graham Light Competitor Drag racing [65]
Molson Brewery Significant contributor N/A [66]
Ted Strugess Competitor Motorcycle racing [67]
John Williams Competitor Motorcycle racing [68]
Walter Wolf Motorsport builder Road racing [69]
1997 Wallie Branston Competitor Stock car racing [70]
Craig Fisher Competitor Road racing [71]
Jim Gunn Motorsport builder Rally racing [72]
Billy Kydd Competitor Drag racing [73]
Ed Leavens Competitor Road racing [74]
Roger McCaig Competitor Road racing [75]
The Mehlenbacher Family Significant contributor Drag racing [76]
David Wildman Competitor Motorcycle racing [77]
Scott Wilson Competitor Drag racing [78]
1998 Tom Burgess Competitor Rally racing [79]
Sandy Elliot Motorsport builder Drag racing [80]
Ron Farmer Significant contributor N/A [81]
David Greenblatt Motorsport builder Road racing [82]
Tom Johnston Competitor Road racing [83]
Tom Jones Competitor Rally racing [84]
Jim Kelly Competitor Motorcycle racing [85]
David T. Morris Competitor Road racing [86]
Al Pease Competitor Road racing [87]
Ross Pederson Competitor Motorcycle racing [88]
1999 Gary Beck Competitor Drag racing [89]
Maurice Carter Competitor Road racing [90]
Castrol North America Significant contributor N/A [91]
Yvon Duhamel Competitor Motorcycle racing [92]
Grant King Motorsport builder Stock car racing [93]
Ray Peets Motorsport builder Drag racing [94]
2000 Gordie Bonin Competitor Drag racing [95]
Jacques Couture Competitor Road racing [96]
Junior Hanley Competitor Stock car racing [97]
Bob Hayward  Competitor Powerboat racing [98]
Ludwig Heimrath Competitor Road racing [99]
Ron Hodgson N/A Drag racing [100]
Gordon Jenner Motorsport builder Drag racing [101]
Ernie McLean Significant contributor Stock car racing [102]
Greg Moore  Competitor Road racing [103]
Earl Ross Competitor Stock car racing [104]
Hugh E. Scully Significant contributor N/A [105]
2001 Art Asbury Competitor Powerboat racing [106]
Don Biederman  Competitor Stock car racing [107]
Jean-Paul Cabana Competitor Stock car racing [108]
Terry Capp Competitor Drag racing [109]
Eldon Rasmussen Competitor Stock car racing [110]
David Sehl Competitor Motorcycle racing [111]
Bill Sharpless Competitor Motorcycle racing [112]
Richard Spenard Competitor Road racing [113]
Jacques Villeneuve Competitor Snowmobile racing [114]
2002 Ken Achs Competitor Drag racing [115]
Dick Baker Competitor/Significant contributor Road racing [116]
Pete Bicknell Competitor Stock car racing [115]
Jake DeRosier  Competitor Motorcycle racing
Scott Goodyear Competitor Road racing [117]
Jim Hallahan Competitor Stock car racing [118]
Guy Lombardo Competitor Powerboat racing [119]
Barry Paton Competitor Drag racing [120]
Bob & Leone Stack Significant contributor Stock car racing [121]
Roy Smith Competitor Stock car racing [115]
2003 Walter Boyce Competitor Rally racing [122]
British Empire Motor Club Significant contributor Motorcycle racing [123]
Jack Canfield  Competitor Motorcycle racing/Road racing [124]
John Cordts Competitor Road racing [125]
Harry Greening   Significant contributor Powerboat racing [126]
Taisto Heinonen Competitor Rally racing [127]
Bert Straus Competitor Drag racing [122]
2004[128] Larry Bastedo Competitor/Significant contributor Motorcycle racing [129]
Alice and Jim Fergusson  Competitor/Significant contributor Motorcycle racing/Rally racing/Road racing [130]
Jack Greedy  Competitor Stock car racing [131]
Bob and Helen Harvey  Significant contributor Drag racing [129]
Doug Kennington Competitor Drag racing
George LeMay  Competitor Stock car racing [132]
Rollie McDonald Competitor Stock car racing [129]
Jean-Paul Perusse Competitor Rally racing [133]
Gordon Reelie  Motorsport builder Stock car racing [134]
Mark Rothmarel Competitor Powerboat racing [129]
Brian Stewart Motorsport builder Road racing [135]
2005 Bill Adam Competitor Road racing [136]
Frank Allers Competitor Road racing [137]
John De Gruchy Competitor/Significant contributor Motorcycle racing [138]
Pete Henderson  Competitor Stock car racing [139]
Brian Robertson Competitor/Motorsport builder Road racing [140]
Jack Smith  Competitor/Motorsport builder Stock car racing [141]
Jim Thompson Motorsport builder Powerboat racing [142]
Harold Wilson Competitor Powerboat racing/Rally racing/Road racing [143]
2006 Bob Atchison Competitor/Motorsport builder Drag racing [144]
Alec Bennett  Competitor Motorcycle racing [145]
John Bird Competitor Rally racing [146]
Jacques Dallaire Significant contributor N/A [147]
John Duff  Competitor Road racing [148]
Lorne Leibel Competitor Powerboat racing/Road racing [149]
Dan Marisi  Significant contributor N/A [150]
Ted Powell Competitor Road racing [151]
Lloyd Shaw  Competitor Stock car racing [152]
Bruce Simpson Competitor Rally racing [146]
Robert Theoret Competitor Powerboat racing
2007 Jack Christie Motorsport builder Road racing [153]
Scott Fraser  Competitor Stock car racing [154]
Geoff Goodwin Competitor/Motorsport builder/Significant contributor Drag racing [155]
Ted Gryguc Competitor Power boat racing [156]
Alan Labrosse Significant contributor Road racing/Stock car racing [157]
Bill Mathews  Competitor Motorcycle racing [158]
Tony Novotny Significant contributor Stock car racing [159]
2009[160] Carl Bastedo Competitor Motorcycle racing [161]
C. Alan Bunting  Significant contributor N/A [162]
Canadian Race Communications Association Significant contributor N/A [163]
Doug Fairchild  Significant contributor N/A [164]
Wayne Kelly  Competitor/Motorsport builder Road racing [165]
Bill Lefeuvre Competitor Rally racing [166]
Norm Mackereth Competitor Stock car racing [167]
Michel Mercier Competitor Motorcycle racing [168]
Jim O'Donnell Significant contributor Road racing [169]
F.J. Smith Competitor Drag racing [170]
Bruce Vessair Competitor Snowmobile racing [171]
Gary Vessair Competitor Snowmobile racing [172]
Carroll Shelby* Significant contributor International [173]
2010[174] Paul Cooke Competitor/Significant contributor N/A [175]
Jacques Duval Competitor Road racing [176]
Bob Elliott Competitor Drag racing [177]
Roger Peart Competitor/Significant contributor Road racing [178]
Bobby Rahal* Competitor/Motorsport builder Road Racing [179]
Herbie Rodgers Competitor Drag racing [180]
Jean Theoret Competitor Power boat racing [181]
Sid Watkins* Significant contributor International/Road racing [182]
John Webster Competitor/Significant contributor Power boat racing [183]
Norm Woods Competitor Power boat racing [184]
2011 Michael Andretti* Competitor Significant contributor [185]
Rudy Bartling Competitor Road racing [186]
Ben Docktor Competitor/Significant contributor Road racing [187]
Robin Edwardes Competitor/Significant contributor Rally racing [188]
Norm Ellefson Competitor Stock car racing [189]
Dick Foley Competitor Stock car racing [190]
Paul Manson Competitor Rally racing [191]
Greg Sewart Competitor Stock car racing [192]
2012 Mario Andretti* N/A N/A [193]
Bob Armstrong  Competitor/Significant contributor Road racing [194]
Jimmy Carr Motorsport builder/Significant contributor Stock car racing [195]
John and Sharon Fletcher Significant contributor Drag racing [196]
Ron Fellows Competitor Road racing [197]
Tom Walters Competitor Stock car racing [198]
2013 Diana Carter Competitor Road racing [199]
John Magill Competitor Road racing [200]
Nigel Mansell* N/A N/A [201]
Scott Maxwell Competitor Road racing [202]
Norris McDonald Competitor/Journalist Stock car racing [203]
Paul Tracy Competitor Road racing [204]
2014 John Chisholm  Competitor/Significant contributor Stock car racing [205]
Ralph Luciw Competitor/Significant contributor N/A
Jackie Stewart* N/A N/A [206]
Alex Tagliani Competitor N/A [205]
Don Thomson Jr. Competitor/Motorsport builder N/A
2015 Peter Gibbons Competitor Stock car racing [207]
Antoine L'Estage Competitor Rally racing
Multimatic Motorsports* N/A N/A [208]
John Edgar Petrie Competitor Drag racing [207]
Jordan Szoke Competitor Motorcycle racing [209]
David Whitlock Competitor Stock car racing [207]
2016[210] Jacques Bouchard and Ronald Denis Significant contributor N/A [211]
Terry Dale Significant contributor N/A [212]
Peter Lockhart Significant contributor/Competitor Road Racing [213]
David Mathers Significant contributor N/A [214]
Lewis MacKenzie Competitor Drag racing [215]
Legendary Motorcar* N/A N/A [216]
Chris Pfaff Significant contributor N/A [217]
John Powell  Significant contributor N/A [218]
Sid Priddle Significant contributor N/A [219]
2017 Doug Crosty Formula Atlantic Championship winning engineer [220]
François Dumontier Canadian Grand Prix promoter
Honda* N/A N/A [221]
D. J. Kennington Double NASCAR Pinty's Series champion [220]
Jim Robinson Television filmmaker and producer
John Sambrook Championship driver Race association official
Scott Steckly Quadruple NASCAR Pinty's Series champion
Jim Tario Official at the Grand Prix of Toronto
Jacques Villeneuve Formula One World Champion and Indianapolis 500 winner
2018 Len Coates  Canada's first motorsport reporter [222]
Gerald Donaldson Motorsports journalist and writer
Dave Franks Motorsports photographer
Graham Jones Motorsports writer and columnist
Pierre Lecours Motorsports journalist
Dean McNulty Motorsports journalist
Tim Miller Motorsports reporter
Jeff Pappone Motorsports reporter
Dan Proudfoot First motorsport beat reporter
Erik Tomas Raceline radio host and producer
2019 Allen Berg N/A N/A [223]
Robin Buck N/A N/A [224]
Larry Caruso N/A N/A
Ed Hakonson N/A N/A
Normand Legualt N/A N/A
Gary Magwood N/A N/A
McLaren* N/A N/A [225]
Bruno Spengler N/A N/A [224]
2020 Myles Brandt Builder N/A [19][20]
Jim Bray Competitor N/A
Danny Burritt Competitor/Team builder N/A
Kevin Dowler Competitor/Builder N/A
Louis-Philippe Dumoulin Competitor N/A
Mike Miller Builder N/A
Alex Nagy Competitor/Builder N/A
Lawrence Partington Media N/A
Nathalie Richard Competitor N/A
Anne Roy Builder/Contributor N/A
Steve Robblee Competitor N/A
Robert F. Seal Builder N/A
Ron St. Clair Builder/Contributor N/A
Kenny Wilden Competitor N/A
Doug Woods Builder/Competitor N/A

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Duff is now known as Michelle due to gender transitioning in 1982.[37]

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