Mark Mercer

Mark Mercer is a long-time member of the SCCA Colorado Region who won three National Championships, as well as numerous divisional and regional titles in SCCA competition while driving a variety of different types of race cars.  He also enjoyed success as crew chief...

Mark Matejka 2014

The board selected Mark Matejka to be the recipient of the 2014 Jerry Van Dyke Memorial Award, recognizing outstanding contribution to motorsports by an individual. Mark began his career as a driver, mechanic and crew chief in 1985. It was his skill as a mechanic that...

Buck Shaver and Grier Manning

With his brother Vern, Buck Shaver began his racing career in 1954 when the Shaver brothers built a 1932 Ford coupe, #39, which they raced at Pikes Peak Speedway in Colorado Springs. Later on in 1956, Buck and Grier Manning purchased the Shaver and Manning Phillips 66...

Jerry Malloy

Jerry Malloy, a Colorado native, began his career in motorsports in 1955 when he built his first car, the #83. During his career, Jerry raced both open wheel and stock cars at Lakeside Speedway and Englewood Speedway. While Jerry continued racing he soon realized, as...

Mitch Miller

Mitch Miller first became involved in motorsports in 1965 in public relations and advertising roles with the Rocky Mountain Midget Racing Association. In 1966, he began announcing for the RMMRA and was then elected president of the RMMRA in 1970. He served in that...

Bill Mattocks

In the 1940’s Bill Mattocks began racing boats and in 1947 he bought his first hydro-plane from famed engine and boat builder, John Forrester. He then bought yet another boat in 1949 and featured what they call a peek hull and it became a world record holder in the 49...