Celebrate 50 years in racing for Ron Burton’s with 50% off his collection! Just used ronburton50 at checkout!

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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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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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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The Indy 500: Changing the Road for All

More than a century ago, Carl Fisher and three business partners purchased four 80-acre plots of farmland west of Indianapolis to build a proper proving ground for the emerging automobile industry. Today, we know their creation to be Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and the test of man and machine they created is the Indianapolis 500, which will be held for the 105th time on May 30. So much of what we know today in automotive safety and innovation can be traced back...

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Many of MotoGP’s all-time champions with with Yamaha

Yamaha ranks third among constructors in winning MotoGP season championships — with 17 — and Hall of Fame Collection is fortunate to have race-worn items from the factory team’s past two season champions. A helmet worn by Valentino Rossi is among the rarest since “The Doctor” has almost everything he has ever worn in MotoGP in his personal collection. Rossi (on the right in the above photograph) won four titles for Yahama (2004, ’05, ’08 and ’09). Jorge Lorenzo is another of...

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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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Scott Dixon now a six-time INDYCAR champion

Scott Dixon is building a career for the ages, and he added a sixth NTT INDYCAR SERIES championship to his resume Sunday by finishing third in the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. Dixon needed the strong result because his only threat to the title — Josef Newgarden of Team Penske — won the race for the second consecutive year, putting the pressure on Dixon to deliver. With Newgarden winning but not collecting the three additional bonus points, Dixon, who has...

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Rare, signed A.J. Foyt helmet among new items offered

Yes, Scott Dixon continues to climb INDYCAR’s all-time driver chart, and he is increasingly within reach of A.J. Foyt’s record for wins in a career (with 67). But make no mistake about it: There will never be another A.J. Foyt. As most of you know, Foyt’s career was among the most brilliant in the history of motorsports, and it began at the highest level in 1957. In addition to becoming the first driver to win four Indianapolis 500s, Foyt also won...

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Race-used helmet from Robby Gordon’s rookie season in CART

Robby Gordon has been one of the most versatile drivers of his generation, winning a pair of CART races and three NASCAR Cup Series races, and with another gallon of fuel he might have won the 1999 Indianapolis 500. Today we feature one of Troy Lee Designs’ earliest paint jobs with this Simpson helmet from Gordon’s rookie season in CART in 1993. Gordon drove for A.J. Foyt’s team that season, finishing second at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course and third in...

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Behind the Visor – The story of Darren L. Jack’s personal collection

Motorsports and collecting are two passions many people share worldwide. When you combine the two and throw in the personality of someone like Hall of Fame Collection owner Darren L. Jack, you have a recipe for something extraordinary. Since the day he learned to walk Darren has had an abiding passion for both, extensively studying the finer details of all Motorsport history as well as collecting its memorabilia.  Today Darren invites us into his home to show us his personal collection,...

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