Foster Campbell

Foster Campbell started his open wheel-racing career in 1947, after serving in the Navy during World War II. Campbell raced midgets in Colorado and throughout the country, winning many features and winning four straight Rocky Mountain Midget Racing Association...

Les Gaylord

Les Gaylord started his racing career in 1951 in a 1949 MGTC on a street course race in Aspen, Colorado, with his wife as a passenger. That race began a 53 year Sports Car Club of America racing career. He won so many SCCA regional and national races that no ones is...

Judy Lilly Gunson

Judy Lilly Gunson started her drag racing career in a 1961 Corvette. In 1965, she won her class in super stock at both the National Hot Rod Association’s Winter Nationals in Pomona, California and at the U.S. Nationals in Indianapolis. Between 1967 and 1970, Judy won...

Joe Lehman

Joe Lehman drove his first race in 1955, driving a 1934 Ford Coupe at Englewood Speedway. Starting in 1962, he began winning auto racing championships at an unmatched pace. Lehman won many modified championships at Englewood Speedway and drove the Pikes Peak Hill...

Alex Keller

Alex Keller raced in Sports Car Club of America events in the ‘50’s. He also served seven terms as chairman of the National SCCA Board of Governors and was responsible for bringing the SCCA National offices to Denver, Colorado. He was a top official at many important...

Bud Morely

Bud Morley, in the early 1960s, began racing in regional Sports Car Club of America events. In 1967, he was eighth in points in the Canadian-America racing series driving against famed drivers from the McLaren, Chaparral, Penske and Ford racing teams, as well as...