OWENSBORO, KY (March 11) - - As part of the recent 2016 Kentucky Motorsports Summit held in Owensboro, the board members of the Kentucky Motorsports Hall of Fame held their selection meeting for voting of the inductees for the 2016 Kentucky Motorsports Hall of Fame.
The class of 2016 varies from a motion picture stuntman who raced in the Indy 500 and won three Madison, Indiana Hydroplane regattas to a man with three sons who went on to NASCAR fame and furthered the connections of Owensboro to the NASCAR world, to a racer who since his death has become the country’s most memorialized racer in the history of motorsports.
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The 11The Kentucky Motorsports Hall of Fame’s intention is to publically acknowledge and commemorate the individuals, family or team of Kentucky born contributors to the motorsports community on a local, state or national level that set a high standard of tradition and reputation that withstands the test of time and honors Kentucky roots.
Based in the Owensboro Science and History Museum’s Speedzeum, the Kentucky Motorsports Hall of Fame houses plagues and memories of the inductees in addition to numerous exhibits of the various forms of Kentucky Motorsports.
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