2018 The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb

The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb  is awarded the 2018 J.C. Agajanian Award for contributions made by an organization to Colorado motorsports.  The organization supports one of the longest running and most widely recognized motorsports events, the annual “Race...

Walt Pickard

Walt Pickard’s motorsports career involved racing at all southern Colorado tracks, as he compiled 112 main event wins over 17 years.  He was also track owner of Beacon Hill Speedway, and played a key role in forming the Oly Challenge Cup Late Model racing...

Blu Plemons

Blu was born in Amarillo, Texas in 1927. He lived in Amarillo until his father died in 1939, after which his mother decided to pack up and move the family to Denver to begin a new life. When Blu was about 11, he began sneaking into Lakeside Speedway through a hole in...

Gene Pastor

Gene Pastor has dedicated his life to automobiles and automobile racing. Born in 1936, Pastor grew up in north Denver. In 1946, as a 10 year old, he started attending Midget races at Lakeside Speedway. As a hobby he was very active in motorcycle and Midget auto...

Terry Plummer

During a successful 38 year career competing in midgets, Min-Sprints, and Legend Cars, Terry Plummer won 40 trophy dashes, 93 feature events, and 17 Championships.  He also served for four years as club president for RMMSA Mini-Sprint organization, and two years as...

Pat Petrie

Pat Petrie started going to Lakeside Speedway when he was 8 or 9 years olds to watch his cousins Elmer Sauer, Sam Sauer, and Carolyn Day race. He was “instantly” hooked on racing. Elmer Sauer, who was president of the midget racing club, would sneak Pat into the pits...