North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame

North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame

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When will the 2019 Walk of Fame be announced?
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North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame you're on the map of automotive museums to visit in the US!
Great experience today visiting the North Carolina Racing Hall Of Fame.
The Jacksonville stock car racing Hall of Fame is being represented at the North Carolina Racing Hall of Fame today by Richard and Charles Poindexter
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I had a great time last night.Thanks to all the people who signed.The volunteers were incredible.This was my 16th year.Thank you especially to Mr.Don Miller for creating this event.Unfortunately it is so sadly needed.
When will the info on Stocks for Tots be posted?It is 4 weeks from today.Is it still $10.00 and a $10.00 toy? I would like to my shopping asap.This will be my 16th year.
It's going to be awesome! Mark your Calendars, we are currently collecting donations and cool items for swag bags for those entering a vehicle! Free admission
Congratulations to all volunteers at the NCARHOF on the wonderful Walk of Fame Induction ceremony yesterday in Mooresville. A good crowd of very fine folks attended to see Bill Elliott and Terry LaBonte have their stars added to the sidewalk. The reception afterwards allowed folks to sit and talk with like-minded people and all involved in the ceremony were beyond hospitable. I was an awesome day.

I've been a regular visitor to the NCARHOF for several years and highly recommend a visit by all motorsports fans. Stock cars to Indy Cars, to moonshine hauler cars and drag cars. From the outside looking in you can't imagine all that is in that building.

Everyone involved there is a volunteer. Everyone involved there is a most excellent representative of motorsports. I just really love to be in that building.

So, thank you to all who made yesterday (October 3rd) so unforgettable to me. I'll be seeing you soon. Can't stay away.
Tim

N.C. Auto Racing Hall Of Fame 119 K**b Hill Road Mooresville, NC 28117 Phone: (704) 663-5331 Hours:

Operating as usual

[11/18/21]   We just confirmed Cole Custer is attending Stocks for Tots this year!

[11/17/21]   We just got a “yes” from Bobby Labonte!

We are excited to have one of our newest HOF Inductees attending Stocks for Tots this year!

[11/16/21]   More names just confirmed for the December, 7th Stocks for Tots event.

JJ Yeley
Jordan Anderson
Austin Wayne Self
Chris Buescher
Dale Inman
Cam Murphy (Grave Digger)

Stay tuned for updates as we get more confirmations.

11/16/2021

WOW!!!

Congratulations to Greg Anderson and his team for winning his 5th Pro Stock Championship!

We recently inducted Greg Anderson into our Hall of Fame "Walk of Fame". Greg will also be attending our Stocks for Tot's Autograph event in December!

Congratulations to Greg Anderson - FIVE TIME NHRA PRO STOCK WORLD CHAMPION!

[11/15/21]   Here is our "first" list of confirmed names for the Stocks For Tots Autograph Session.

We will be posting more names as we get final confirmation from them.

Thank you for your support everyone, see you December 7th!

Greg Anderson
Jason Line
Donnie Allison
Ryan Newman
Bobby Allison
Todd Bodine
David Gilliland
Todd Gilliland
Shawna Robinson
Dave Marcis
Marilyn Green
Renee Perks
Austin Cindric
Herb McCandless
Doug Herbert
Jeff Burton
Ralph Sheehan
Ray Everham
Elliot Forbes Robinson
Bill Blair
Jerry Cook
Waddell Wilson
Will Cronkrite
Winston Kelley
Joe Nemechek
Ron Hornaday
Humpy Wheeler
Mike Joy
Jeff Fuller
Greg Erwin
Kevin LePage
Phil Parsons
Stefan Parsons
Harrison Burton
Kyle Lockrow
Doug Foley
Tex Powell
Cole Custer
Matt DiBenedetto
Bobby Dotter
Gray Gaulding
Zane Smith
Joey Gase

[10/23/21]   We have some great breaking news!!!

Stocks for Tots is going to happen this year…confirmed today!

Tuesday, December 7th!

We are very excited to bring our event back to Race City USA.

This year we will be hosting the event at a new venue with a new autograph session format. All happening in downtown Moresville, right next to our Walk of Fame.

We will be posting all the important details in the following week.

Stay tuned for driver updates, event times, collectibles and our new location information.

10/12/2021

Great video produced by a couple of our volunteers at the NCAHOF. Features our Louise Smith car with one of our historians, Joe Salim.

Thank you Brandon Lorick and Keith Millender for creating this video.

Photos from North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame's post 10/06/2021

Lots more pics to come from todays Inductions into the NCARHOF Walk of Fame...but we wanted to get a few up until we go through it all.

Today was perfect. We cannot thank enough all of our volunteers, City of Mooresville and all the friends and family for helping make today such a huge success!

Congratulations to our 2020 and 2021 Inductee's. Your place in racing history will always be alive on our "Walk of Fame" in downtown Mooresville!

#racecityusa #ncarhof #halloffame #walkoffame

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If you are near Mooresville, NC on Tuesday, you won't want to miss this!

Media Contact For Immediate Release
Don Miller
North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame
704-663-5331

REX WHITE, BOBBY LABONTE, GREG ANDERSON AND ALAN KULWICKI TO BE HONORED BY THE NORTH CAROLINA AUTO RACING HALL OF FAME
Presentation of In-Ground Plaques at the Mooresville, N.C. Walk of Fame Scheduled

It will be a day of celebration on Tuesday, October 5, 2021 at the Charles Mack Citizens Center in downtown Mooresville, N.C. as Rex White, Bobby Labonte, Greg Anderson and the late Alan Kulwicki will be honored with the dedication of North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame in-ground plaques.

Rex White, though short in stature, was a dynamo behind the wheel in his eight-year NASCAR Cup career from 1956 to 1964, winning an incredible 28 races. He won the NASCAR Grand National (now Cup) championship in 1960 and was one of the original Chevrolet racing team drivers with his infamous gold and white No. 4 car.

After he retired, White was inducted into the National Motorsports Press Association (NMPA) Hall of Fame in 1974, named one of NASCAR’s 50 Greatest Drivers in 1998, and became a NASCAR Hall of Fame inductee in 2015. Today, White remains a very popular figure, appearing at many NASCAR charity events all over the country.

Bobby Labonte, a 32-time NASCAR race winner, perennial fan favorite and one of only four drivers in NASCAR history to win a championship in the top two tiers of the sport. He is also the 2001 IROC Champion and a 2020 NASCAR Hall of Fame inductee. Labonte still races today, driving the No. 25 Cook Out Modified in the SMART Series and in select races at Bowman Gray Stadium. He also competed in the inaugural season of the Superstar Racing Experience (SRX) series.

Labonte resides in High Point, N.C. with his wife, Kristin. Together, they own and operate Breaking Limits, a brand strategy, marketing and communications agency. He’s also a NASCAR analyst for FS1, co-owner of Longhorn Chassis, and actively gives back to children and families in his community through the Bobby Labonte Foundation.

Greg Anderson is a multi-time NHRA Pro Stock Champion, winning four titles as a driver and three titles as a crew chief for Warren Johnson. Anderson has won the prestigious U.S. Nationals five times, and in 2004, he set the NHRA single season records with 76 Round wins and 15 event victories. He’s won at all of the current NHRA Full Throttle tracks.

Anderson lives in Concord, N.C. with his wife, Kimberly, and is still a force in today’s NHRA Pro stock Racing. He regularly competes for KB Racing in the Summit Racing Chevrolet Camaro, with a career total 97 Pro Stock wins.

Alan Kulwicki, nicknamed “Special K” and the “Polish Prince,” began his racing on the local short tracks in Wisconsin before moving up to regional stock car touring series. In 1986, he made a huge career leap and began competing in the NASCAR Cup series. Despite having no sponsor, a limited budget, a borrowed pick-up truck and only one race car, he earned the 1986 NASCAR Rookie of the Year Award over drivers racing for well-funded teams.

Kulwicki achieved what many in the sport thought was impossible in 1992 by winning the Cup championship as an owner-driver, winning five Cup races overall. He died tragically in a light aircraft accident in 1993. In 1998, Kulwicki was named one of NASCAR’s 50 Greatest Drivers and was later inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame in 2019.

Don Miller, the Chairman of the Board for the North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame, said he is ecstatic about the upcoming event. “I am very pleased to be able to resume our celebration of the rich racing history here in North Carolina. The North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame is celebrating its 27th year of honoring the finest drivers in all of motorsports, and the Walk of Fame is expanding its role for the 12th year. Mooresville is the absolute center of the sport of auto racing and home to many of racing’s famous personalities. We need to preserve this heritage.”

John Dodson, Hall of Fame board member and VP of NASCAR at NASCAR Technical Institute, echoes Miller’s sentiments. “The Walk of Fame has become a destination for race fans visiting our area. It brings people to our historic downtown area and enhances their experience while visiting Race City USA. The support that the Convention and Visitors Bureau provides alongside the Town of Mooresville helps us to continue this great tradition. If you are a fan of motorsports, it’s a must see.”

The dedication of the in-ground plaques is open to the public, and will be held outside the Charles Mack Citizen Center on the Walk of Fame at 215 N. Main Street in historic downtown Mooresville, N.C. at 3:00 PM on October 5. There will be an invitation-only VIP reception inside the Charles Mack Citizen Center after the dedication.

ABOUT THE NORTH CAROLINA AUTO RACING HALL OF FAME
Founded in 1994, the North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame is a foundation dedicated to the enhancement of the rich heritage of all forms of motorsports. NCARHOF is a non-profit organization with donations made to local charities. Its chairman, Don Miller was the first recipient of the NASCAR Humanitarian award.

The North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame is located in the Lakeside Industrial Park on 119 K**b Hill Road at exit 36 on Interstate Highway 77 in Mooresville, NC. Its open weekdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Visit www.ncarhof.com or call 704-663-5331 for more information.

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[10/03/21]   We wanted everyone to know will be closing at 1:00 on Tuesday, the 5th, for our 2021 Induction Ceremony in downtown Mooresville.

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Media Contact For Immediate Release
Don Miller
North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame
704-663-5331

REX WHITE, BOBBY LABONTE, GREG ANDERSON AND ALAN KULWICKI TO BE HONORED BY THE NORTH CAROLINA AUTO RACING HALL OF FAME
Presentation of In-Ground Plaques at the Mooresville, N.C. Walk of Fame Scheduled

It will be a day of celebration on Tuesday, October 5, 2021 at the Charles Mack Citizens Center in downtown Mooresville, N.C. as Rex White, Bobby Labonte, Greg Anderson and the late Alan Kulwicki will be honored with the dedication of North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame in-ground plaques.

Rex White, though short in stature, was a dynamo behind the wheel in his eight-year NASCAR Cup career from 1956 to 1964, winning an incredible 28 races. He won the NASCAR Grand National (now Cup) championship in 1960 and was one of the original Chevrolet racing team drivers with his infamous gold and white No. 4 car.

After he retired, White was inducted into the National Motorsports Press Association (NMPA) Hall of Fame in 1974, named one of NASCAR’s 50 Greatest Drivers in 1998, and became a NASCAR Hall of Fame inductee in 2015. Today, White remains a very popular figure, appearing at many NASCAR charity events all over the country.

Bobby Labonte, a 32-time NASCAR race winner, perennial fan favorite and one of only four drivers in NASCAR history to win a championship in the top two tiers of the sport. He is also the 2001 IROC Champion and a 2020 NASCAR Hall of Fame inductee. Labonte still races today, driving the No. 25 Cook Out Modified in the SMART Series and in select races at Bowman Gray Stadium. He also competed in the inaugural season of the Superstar Racing Experience (SRX) series.

Labonte resides in High Point, N.C. with his wife, Kristin. Together, they own and operate Breaking Limits, a brand strategy, marketing and communications agency. He’s also a NASCAR analyst for FS1, co-owner of Longhorn Chassis, and actively gives back to children and families in his community through the Bobby Labonte Foundation.

Greg Anderson is a multi-time NHRA Pro Stock Champion, winning four titles as a driver and three titles as a crew chief for Warren Johnson. Anderson has won the prestigious U.S. Nationals five times, and in 2004, he set the NHRA single season records with 76 Round wins and 15 event victories. He’s won at all of the current NHRA Full Throttle tracks.

Anderson lives in Concord, N.C. with his wife, Kimberly, and is still a force in today’s NHRA Pro stock Racing. He regularly competes for KB Racing in the Summit Racing Chevrolet Camaro, with a career total 97 Pro Stock wins.

Alan Kulwicki, nicknamed “Special K” and the “Polish Prince,” began his racing on the local short tracks in Wisconsin before moving up to regional stock car touring series. In 1986, he made a huge career leap and began competing in the NASCAR Cup series. Despite having no sponsor, a limited budget, a borrowed pick-up truck and only one race car, he earned the 1986 NASCAR Rookie of the Year Award over drivers racing for well-funded teams.

Kulwicki achieved what many in the sport thought was impossible in 1992 by winning the Cup championship as an owner-driver, winning five Cup races overall. He died tragically in a light aircraft accident in 1993. In 1998, Kulwicki was named one of NASCAR’s 50 Greatest Drivers and was later inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame in 2019.

Don Miller, the Chairman of the Board for the North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame, said he is ecstatic about the upcoming event. “I am very pleased to be able to resume our celebration of the rich racing history here in North Carolina. The North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame is celebrating its 27th year of honoring the finest drivers in all of motorsports, and the Walk of Fame is expanding its role for the 12th year. Mooresville is the absolute center of the sport of auto racing and home to many of racing’s famous personalities. We need to preserve this heritage.”

John Dodson, Hall of Fame board member and VP of NASCAR at NASCAR Technical Institute, echoes Miller’s sentiments. “The Walk of Fame has become a destination for race fans visiting our area. It brings people to our historic downtown area and enhances their experience while visiting Race City USA. The support that the Convention and Visitors Bureau provides alongside the Town of Mooresville helps us to continue this great tradition. If you are a fan of motorsports, it’s a must see.”

The dedication of the in-ground plaques is open to the public, and will be held outside the Charles Mack Citizen Center on the Walk of Fame at 215 N. Main Street in historic downtown Mooresville, N.C. at 3:00 PM on October 5. There will be an invitation-only VIP reception inside the Charles Mack Citizen Center after the dedication.

ABOUT THE NORTH CAROLINA AUTO RACING HALL OF FAME
Founded in 1994, the North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame is a foundation dedicated to the enhancement of the rich heritage of all forms of motorsports. NCARHOF is a non-profit organization with donations made to local charities. Its chairman, Don Miller was the first recipient of the NASCAR Humanitarian award.

The North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame is located in the Lakeside Industrial Park on 119 K**b Hill Road at exit 36 on Interstate Highway 77 in Mooresville, NC. Its open weekdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Visit www.ncarhof.com or call 704-663-5331 for more information.

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What a great day!

A special thank you to all the volunteers that helped to make it great for the competitors and our community.

https://www.mooresvillenc.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=2961

Mooresville, NC Mooresville receives 2021 Best Overnight City Award

07/13/2021

Lost Speedways | Season 2 Trailer

If you have not seen Dale Earnhardt Jr’s “Lost Speedways”…we highly recommend it…they are doing some great work helping to preserve stock car racing history!

Many of our HOF good friends/legends can be seen in a handful of the episodes.

Peacock TV is a free app on your phone or you can find the Peacock_tv network on any “Smart TV”.

Season 2

Dale Earnhardt Jr.

#keephistoryalive

07/11/2021

Mark your calendar’s and come if you can!

Don Miller and many of our friends/racing legends from the NCARHOF will also be in attendance.

Hope to see you there!

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Photos from North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame's post 06/28/2021

What a great weekend it was for The Great Race...Don Miller and his wife Pat are always an incredible add!

Photos from North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame's post 06/28/2021

If there is one thing we love at the NCARHOF...it's cars (and the people behind them)! Saturday was a great day for us at the HOF, and the City of Mooresville, as we received participants of the Great Race on their second to last leg of this years cross country race! Our own Don Miller was an honorary competitor from Galax, VA to Race City USA (and first one to cross the line). Our community enjoyed a great car show on the "Walk of Fame" and then greeted all the racers as they crossed the finish. Such an amazing turnout by our community!

A special thank you goes out to all the city team members ,town council , volunteers, and police & fire department that helped to make this event such a big success for our HOF and our great city of Mooresville.

Downtown Mooresville
#spiritofmooresville
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'Spirit of Mooresville' set to welcome The Great Race to Race City 06/22/2021

'Spirit of Mooresville' set to welcome The Great Race to Race City

The legendary Great Race is coming to Moresville this Saturday! Our own Don Miller will be driving in with the competitors to downtown Moresville Saturday afternoon.

Some really great cars to see and meet the teams competing in this cross country race event.

Hope to see you there!!!

https://mooresvilletribune.com/news/spirit-of-mooresville-set-to-welcome-the-great-race-to-race-city/article_409d07a8-d370-11eb-952f-579d7957cc57.html

'Spirit of Mooresville' set to welcome The Great Race to Race City A legion of classic cars will roll down Main Street in Mooresville this coming Saturday at the end of the 16th leg of an endurance race that has wound them

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