Leathers used in Marquez’s 2017 championship-winning part of unique and new MotoGP items

MotoGP stages its popular Spanish Grand Prix this weekend at the beautiful Jerez circuit in the southern part of the country, and that times well with many of the new MotoGP items Hall of Fame Collection has received in recent weeks. Fittingly, many of these new items come from some of Spain’s most popular riders, including Jorge Lorenzo, Dani Pedrosa, Marc Marquez (pictured above) and Joan Mir. These riders have combined to win the past nine World Championships and 10 of...

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Celebrate Mario Andretti’s career by owning a 1969 Indianapolis 500 Pace Car

Hall of Fame Collection has recently been enjoying the celebration of Ron Burton’s 50 years of artist contributions to racing, and the sale continues with many of Burton’s rare items available at 50 percent off when using the code RONBURTON50 at checkout. Speaking of 50 years, it wasn’t that long ago that we honored the legendary Mario Andretti for the golden anniversary of his 1969 Indianapolis 500 victory at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and it won’t be long before it has been 50 years...

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Celebrating over 50 years of Racing with Ron Burton

For years, reknowned artist Ron Burton was one of the most connected individuals in motorsports, and during his 50-year heyday he created spectacular original artwork of IndyCar, NASCAR, NHRA and Formula 1 drivers, races and signature moments. Burton began painting in the 1960s, and he once wrote that he “loved, lived and painted auto racing and auto racing art in the shadows of the famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway.” Many of Burton’s paintings and trophy designs are enshrined in the Indianapolis Motor Speedway...

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Items of F1 champions (past, present and maybe future) make outstanding collectibles

Collecting race-worn items from Formula One World Champions has become a real trend over the past few years. Hall of Fame Collection has been proud to offer so many fantastic original used items from many of the champions past and present. Recent additions offered include a helmet of 1958 champion Mike Hawthorn, who became the third driver to win a World Championship in a Ferrari. This helmet is particularly rare because drivers in that era of the sport didn’t use many...

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Get to know Sting Ray Robb now!

Yes, the driver’s first name is Sting Ray. Sting Ray Robb, the 19-year-old Idaho product, is named after a Scottish town where his ancestors lived — Stirlingshire — and his grandfather’s name, Ray. Put it together and it stands out. Robb also stands out on the racetrack, and he’s someone to get to know. He will enter the upcoming Indy Lights presented by Cooper Tires series on the fast track of the Road to Indy program. Robb won last year’s Indy Pro 2000...

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Caesars Palace GP had brief but important role in F1 history

The Caesars Palace Grand Prix was short-lived both in Formula One and CART, but the popular Las Vegas event left a lasting impression not only on those who attended but the 1981 World Championship in particular. Williams’ Carlos Reutemann entered the season-ending event with a single-point lead over Brabham’s Nelson Piquet, and Reutemann won the pole for the 75-lap race. It seemed he was poised to win what would be his first and only series championship. But Reutemann got a bad start...

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Stunning and rare Esteban Ocon helmet now available

French driver Esteban Ocon delivered one of the most consistent Formula One seasons in 2017, finishing as one of four drivers in the points for 18 of the 20 races. (The others were Lewis Hamilton, Sebastian Vettel and Valtteri Bottas — great company, to be sure.) This striking Jens Munser Designs helmet was to be used by Ocon in the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, but it was not delivered in time. Thus, it is available through Hall of Fame Collection...

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Eddie Lawson: One of the few who excelled on two and four wheels

California’s Eddie Lawson was one of the most versatile athletes in motorsports history. A four-time MotoGP champion, Lawson left the two-wheel side of the sport to try his hand at four wheels, and he excelled there, too, like only a few others have before him or since. The list of those who have attempted both types of racing at the highest level is indeed short. It’s John Surtees, a champion of both, Mike “the Bike” Hailwood, Joe Leonard, Lawson and Jeff Ward...

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Rare Verstappen suit a 2020 model

This beautiful suit personally signed by Formula One star Max Verstappen will be a terrific addition to someone’s collection. The winner of the 70th anniversary Grand Prix at Silverstone in August wore the suit in the season-opening race in Austria, a fact confirmed by Red Bull Racing. That race didn’t end well for Max, but he has nine podiums for the season. Of course, he also has nine career wins, keyed by the record-setting win in Barcelona in 2016 when...

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Ron Burton’s talent is certainly a work of art

Ron Burton and his art are synonymous with motorsports on canvas, particularly in the haunts around Indianapolis Motor Speedway. For years he painted or drew some of the most beautiful cars and scenes of the sport, and his story as an artist, mechanic and Indianapolis mainstay was told in this Carl Hungess writing in the 1981 Indianapolis 500 Yearbook. Burton’s original work can be found in many places, and Hall of Fame Collection has much of it to offer. Check this...

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