Ray Daniels

Ray Daniels began racing in 1966, and in a career that has spanned six decades, won over 100 main events and three NASCAR Late Model track championships.  He is known for “doing it all” by building, setting up, maintaining, and driving his cars while competing in...

Ernie DiCroce

Ernie was born in Denver in 1937. His love of racing began as a youngster helping his father build and maintain a midget that ran locally. In the 50’s, Ernie became involved in local racing at Lakeside Speedway and later, experienced one of his biggest racing...

Larry Dechant

Larry Dechant began driving race cars in the late 1950’s. Over the years, he drove modified coupes, super modifieds, late models and figure eights. On several occasions he also drove in the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. During his career, Dechant won at least...

Bob Donner

Bob Donner came to Colorado Springs in 1939 and began driving road courses while serving with in U.S. Marines, in California, in 1953. After returning to Colorado in 1956, he scored his first two victories, one on a road course the other a hill climb. Starting in 1958...

Wally Dallenbach, Sr.

At age 15, Wally Dallenbach, Sr. began building race cars and engines, turning a ’38 Ford Coupe into a stock car. Too young to participate as a driver, he campaigned the car for two seasons as an owner and mechanic, gaining invaluable experience in the mechanical and...

Davey Durrell

Davey Durrell got his first motorcycle at age ten, rode in his first race at age eleven, and won his first short-track race in 1978.  In 1980, he turned pro and became Novice Pro #127K.  He won both Sturgis half-mile events that year and finished the year as...