Bob Land 2017

In addition to a 52 years of continuous competition as a driver in the Colorado Auto Racing Club, Bob Land’s racing career has consisted of fielding cars for other competitors, serving multiple years as club president and member of the CARC board of directors, and...

Buddy Lazier

Robert Buddy Lazier was born on October 31, 1967 in Vail. He is the son of Bob Lazier, two-time Indianapolis 500 starter and 2005 Colorado Motorsports Hall of Fame inductee. As a youngster, Buddy was a national-level ski racer from 1972-1987 in slalom and downhill...

Jimmy LaManna, Sr.

Jimmy LaManna, Sr. was born in Denver in 1932. He attended Cathedral High School. His love affair with racing began at 45th and Pecos in North Denver. There, he lived around the corner from Ralph Icovetta. Ralph had a roadsters race shop there, and Jimmy stated...

Ron Leslie

Ron (left) was born into a family that was already into high performance vehicles. So it was only natural to follow the lead. As early as six months old, he was in the grandstands at Merchants Park and later Lakeside Speedway. With his father, Roy Leslie, having 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...

Bob Lazier

Bob Lazier started racing in the Sports Car Club of America Formula V class in 1969, and by 1974, he had finished second in the SCCA Formula V National Championships four times and the National Formula Ford Championship once. He won the National Amateur Formula B...