COLORADO SPRINGS, CO — (News Release) The Pikes Peak Hill Climb Museum Hall of Fame is committed to honoring and preserving the achievements of individuals and/or organizations who have left an indelible mark on the Race to the Clouds, including competitors, organizers, officials, members of the press or volunteers.
Anyone who shares a passion for speed and competition, in addition to great respect for Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain, is eligible for a Hall of Fame nomination. The Hall of Fame induction ceremony will take place in June 2022.
See past nominees below:
Stanley DeGeer – Historian
Carlin Dunne – Motorcycle Champion
William J. Hybl – Benefactor
Al Unser – Champion, Ambassador
Art Walsh – Finish Flagman
Davey Durelle – Motorcycle Champion
Randy Schranz – Champion
Glen Shultz – Champion
Leonard and Barb Vahsholtz – Champion,
Jeff Zwart – Champion, Ambassador
Joshua J. “JC” Agajanian – Promotor
Sonny Anderson & Bill Brokaw – Organizers
The Donner Family – Champions/Board
- David Donner
- Robert “Bobby” Donner, III
- Robert “Bob” Donner, Jr.
- Robert Donner, Sr.
Rod Millen – Champion
Nobuhiro “Monster” Tajima – Champion
Charles L. “Charley” Tutt, IV – Organizer
Frank & Judith “Kaye” Peterson –
Nick Sanborn – Champion/Organizer
Spencer Penrose – Visionary
James J. “Jim” Reilly – Organizer
Al Rogers – Champion
William Thayer Tutt – Benefactor
Bobby Unser – Champion/Ambassador
Louis “Uncle Louie” Unser, Jr. – Champion
NOMINATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED FROM JUNE 1, 2021 THRU DECEMBER 31, 2021.
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