Hall of fame

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Hall of Fame Mission

The Formula Vee Hall of Fame is a way for us to honor the men and women who have devoted countless hours to the Formula Vee class. These can be drivers, builders, officials, and crew. 

Hall of Fame Process

The Hall of Fame Committee consists of eight individuals. This HoF Committee will select three to four inductees each year with the help of the Formula Vee community. We have set up a nomination form that will guide the committee in choosing Hall of Fame inductees.

Criteria for Hall of Fame

- An individual with a Formula Vee background and excellence in some area of the sport such as crewing, administrative, driving, chassis development, engine development or major contribution to the sport as a whole

- Sportsmanship

- Cannot nominate yourself

How the Committee Works

The committee will discuss, nominate, and select two inductees from inside the committee. The committee will also vote on one more inductee chosen from the nomination form to the general public which can be found below.

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Hall of Fame Committee

Neil Cox

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Neil has made one Runoffs appearance in 2007 at Heartland Motorsports Park. In this race he finished 19th after starting 27th. He knows the ins and outs of Formula Vee. Neil represents the Southern Conference.

Stu Delaney

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Stu has ten Runoffs appearances from 1990 to 2019. His best Runoffs finish is 8th in his first Runoffs appearance at Road Atlanta. He was awarded the Sunoco Hard Charger Award in 2016 at Mid Ohio gaining thirteen positions. Stu represents the Northern Conference.


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Donnie Isley

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Donnie has made fifteen Runoffs appearances from 1986 to 2019. His best finish is 5th in 1987 at Road Atlanta and in 2019 at VIR. He has won the Southeast Division three times. Donnie represents the Southeast Conference.


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Jim Kearney

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Jim has made twenty-two Runoffs apperances from 1983 to 2008. He achieved two Runoffs podiums, a 2nd in 91' finishing behind Skip Streets and a 3rd in 1996 at Mid Ohio. He is also the 1992 Valvoline Pro Vee Champion. Jim also won the Northeast Division four times and won the 1994 Jerry Knapp Award. After that he hung up the drivers suit and began driver coaching in 2010. Jim represents the Northeast Conference.


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Graham Loughead

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Graham is in his second year in Formula Vee after karting for three years. He is the son of Runoffs champion Jeff Loughead. Just recently, Graham won the 2019 Central Divison Championship. Graham represents the Northern Conference.


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Marjorie Lundberg

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Marjorie has made five Runoffs appearances with a best finish of 5th at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca in 2014. She has been in racing all of her life as her father Laurie Lundberg also raced Formula Vee's. Marjorie represents the Western Conference.

Rick Shields

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Rick has made thirteen consecutive Runoffs appearances since 2006. He has two championships in 2010 at Road America winning by .017 seconds and in 2014 at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca. The Northeast Conference has been won by Rick three times. He currently holds the track record at Watkins Glen. Rick represents the Northeast Conference.


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Skip Streets

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Skip has made eleven Runoffs appearances from 1986 to 2018 in Formula Vee. He won the championship in 1991 at Road Atlanta and has been on the podium two other times in 1990 and 2018 at Sonoma Raceway. Skip represents the Western Conference.


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