High Banks Museum and Hall of Fame Inductees


The High Banks Museum and Hall of Fame currently has 153 motorsports-related inductees.




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Rocky Mountain Midget Racing Assoc.

 
 




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International Motor Contest Association
USAC - Champ Car
USAC - Sprints


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NASCAR - Cup Car Series
USAC - Midgets


Champ Car
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Sprint Cars
Stock Cars

 
 




Driver / Professional


Midwest Auto Racing Assn.
Poweri


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USAC - IndyCar
USAC - Midgets


Indy Cars
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United States Speed Assoc.
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United States Speed Association
USAC - Midgets


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IRL - IndyCar
NASCAR - Cup Car Series
USAC - IndyCar
USAC - Stock Car


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Sprint Cars

 
 
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Driver / Professional


USAC - Midgets


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Driver / Professional


Rocky Mountain Midget Racing Assoc.

 
 




Journalist / Photographer
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Track Announcer


Rocky Mountain Midget Racing Assoc.
USAC - Midgets

 
 
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Driver / Professional


Rocky Mountain Midget Racing Assoc.


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Rocky Mountain Midget Racing Assoc.
USAC - Midgets
USAC - Silver Crown

 
 
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Broadcaster / Reporter

 
 
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Car Builder
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American Motorcycle Assoc.


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Badger Midget Auto Racing Assoc.
USAC - Midgets


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Driver / Professional


USAC - IndyCar

 
Jimmy Davies, of Gardena, Calif., was a three-time USAC National Midget Champion, taking consecutive titles in 1960, 1961 and 1962. His 48 career Midget victories still rank sixth on USAC’s all-time National Midget win list. A winner at age 20 in the ill-fated 1949 Del Mar, Calif. AAA 100-miler which claimed the life of Rex Mays, Davies would eventually compete in five Indianapolis 500s, recording his best finish of third in 1955. He also won USAC’s Pacific Coast Midget title in 1960 and scored three victories in the prestigious “Night Before the 500” classic. Proficient in his appearances “down under,” Davies won the 1963 Australian Speedcar Grand Prix and the 1963 and 1964 South Australian Speedcar titles. He lost his life in a 1966 Midget race at Santa Fe Park Speedway in Hinsdale, Ill. and in 1984 was inducted into the National Midget Auto Racing Hall of Fame.  
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Driver / Professional


IRL - IndyCar
USAC - Midgets

 
 




Car Owner
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Official / Promoter


Kansas City Midget Auto Racing Assn


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Driver / Professional
Official / Promoter


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Central States Racing Association
International Motor Contest Association
Rocky Mountain Midget Racing Assoc.


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Driver / Professional


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Sprint Cars

 
 
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Driver / Professional


USAC - Midgets


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Broadcaster / Reporter
Driver / Professional


Badger Midget Auto Racing Assoc.
IRL - IndyCar
USAC - Midgets

 
Kevin Olson, of Loves Park, Ill., won USAC National Midget championships in 1982 and 1987 and captured 23 victories during his USAC career. Among his victories were wins in the 1983 Turkey Night Grand Prix and the 1996 Hut Hundred. He is a five-time Badger Midget Auto Racing Association (BMARA) Champ and also won the prestigious “Pepsi Midget Nationals” at Sun Prairie, Wisc. five times! Olson has more recently been involved in motorsports broadcasting and has worked on the team at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.  
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Crew Chief
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AAA-Midgets
USAC - Midgets


Indy Cars
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Driver / Professional


IRL - IndyCar
United Auto Racing Asso.
USAC - IndyCar
USAC - Midgets


Indy Cars
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Sprint Cars
Stock Cars

 
Bob continues to rank fourth on USAC’s all-time Midget winners list with 63 total victories. In 1969 he claimed the USAC National Midget Championship. As an ambassador for America, he travelled to New Zealand and Australia, winning over 50% of his races during a 13-year stretch! In 1966, he passed a Rookie Test at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway but was unable to secure a starting spot in the 500. Starting in stock cars, he switched to Midgets in 1950 and earned a pair of UARA Midget crowns. He debuted in USAC in 1960 and, in the ensuing 11 years, he never finished worse than eighth in the standings.  
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