Induction Class of 2022

2022 Michael Lippencott

Mike Lippincott’s involvement with Colorado racing began as a fan, progressed to competitive driving, transitioned to track photographer, and concluded as a track manager. He began racing at age 15 on several regional drag strips, then moved to oval tracks, where he...

Dick Baty

Dick Baty enjoyed a lifelong passion for cars, engines, and going fast. He began his racing career on the Julesburg Drag Strip in 1956, and continued quarter-mile competition after a stint in the U.S. Army. Dick drove a chopped 1935 Chevy D/Altered Coupe and 27 Model...

Don “Spyder” Anderson

Don “Spyder” Anderson, was born in 1942 in Calhan, Colorado. He bought his first midget from Hall of Fame member Frank Peterson in 1963 to race in Rocky Mountain Midget Racing Association events, where he won his first race the next year and finished 6 th in season...

George Willett

George Willett built a drag racing career marked by success at the highest ranks of the sport. He first appeared on the local drag racing scene at age 16 in a 1950 Oldsmobile. His love for the sport turned to passion as he transitioned from the guy behind the wheel to...

Jack Graham

Jack Graham was riding a wave of success in 1975. He scored his third consecutive CARC Modified Championship that year, driving the best car in the division—John Pachello’s #19 Coupe—while beating some of the best drivers in the region to win the title. Jack began his...

Jeff Winter

The Rocky Mountain Region of the Porsche Club of America was formed in October of 1957. The chapter has grown from 14 members in 1958 to over 3,200 today, and the Rocky Mountain Region is the eighth oldest and thirteenth largest of 147 PCA regions. The club motto is,...

Kent Moore

Kent Moore attended a race at Englewood speedway in 1962, encouraged by his wife, Sharon. He noticed a few guys he knew working on race cars, and immediately wanted to be part of the racing action. He reconnected with Jim Beckley that night, and became part of the pit...

Larramie Duncan

Larramie Duncan has been quoted as saying “The secret to being successful in racing is being the guy that thinks about it the most and works the hardest” He has followed that philosophy throughout a remarkable career that has spanned more than 50 years. Larramie has...

Lee Stark

Lee Stark’s induction into the Colorado Motorsports Hall of Fame is in recognition of his support for Colorado drag racing through the establishment of On Track Performance, a widely respected speed shop that has served the state for the past 20 years.

Mike Starnes

Mike Starnes’ racing career began in 1970 at Detroit Dragway. He won a trophy for being the only car in his class, and he still has the trophy. He also states that after seeing a Joey Chitwood Thrill Show in San Antonio Texas, something clicked and he was hooked on...

2022 Porsche Club

The Rocky Mountain Region Porsche Club of America has earned the 2022 Colorado Motorsports Hal of Fame J. C. Agajanian Award for exceptional contributions to Colorado Motorsports by an organization.

Shannon Moham

When asked about the start of his racing career, Shannon Moham tells this story: “My interest in motorcycles began back when I received my first dirt bike on Christmas morning at the age of ten. Never been on one before, but watched riders all the time, so I was sure...