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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We Visit Jimmy Vasser At The Toronto Indy To Deliver His Race Worn 1992 IndyCar Helmet

The Hall of Fame Collection team was at the Honda Indy in Toronto this past weekend and we paid a visit to Jimmy Vasser’s motorhome to hand deliver his race worn 1992 rookie season IndyCar Helmet. This helmet was used during his Atlantic series career and first season competing in the 1992 PPG CART IndyCar Championship. Vasser made his CART debut while driving for Hayhoe-Cole Racing Team in 1992 and qualified for the Indianapolis 500, setting a record (at the time) for...

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Mario Andretti’s 1966 Bell helmet returns to Bell Racing USA for the first time in over 50 years.

  We visited the Bell Racing USA headquarters in Speedway, Indiana to show Bell executives, Chris & Packy Wheeler, Mario Andretti’s very first Bell Toptex Helmet. This original Snell 1962 Bell helmet was used during during Mario Andretti’s seCond USAC National IndyCar Championship in 1966 and appeared in many events such as the Indy 500, the Hoosier 100 as well as the Sebring 12 hours during the 1966 season. Mario Andretti would become Indycar champion for the second time in 1966 using...

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