The Hall of Fame formation was announced February 7, 2004 at the National Convention. The purpose of the Sports Car Club of America Hall of Fame is to preserve, protect and record the history and accomplishments of the Club for current and future members by recognizing those members who have had a significant impact on the Club and the sport. This may be through service to the national organization, achievements in competition, advancement of the sport, or bringing recognition to the SCCA that inspires enthusiasts to seek out and become members of the SCCA.

Nominations were submitted to and reviewed by a Hall of Fame Selection Committee. Of the nominated individuals, 10 were selected to be in the inaugural induction class. In subsequent years, the same process has been followed, with five individuals being selected for each class.

 Any individual contributing to SCCA’s success, be it in a service or competition capacity, is eligible.

Three committees oversee the Hall of Fame—the Formation Committee, the Nominating Committee and the Selection Committee.

Each year, the Nominating Committee will accept nominations from the membership (until June 1 each year). Nominations should be kept to two pages or less, and indicate the background/reasons for consideration. The Committee compiles the list of nominees for the Selection Committee, which will choose the next inductees by December 15.

As with the inaugural class, subsequent induction ceremonies will take place at the annual National Convention, which is generally held in the first two months of every year. Following the inaugural class of 10 inductees, up to five individuals will go into the Hall of Fame each year.

Individuals may submit candidates for the Hall of Fame HERE. A PDF Version can be downloaded here.