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Nominees to the Nebraska Auto Racing Hall of Fame must have been a resident of Nebraska for at least two years and must be retired for at least four years from the discipline for which they are being honored. Active participants in the sport will be considered if they are at least 55 years of age and have been with the sport for at least 30 years. All candidates must have made positive contributions to the sport of auto racing on a local and regional level, along with some national prominence.

The purpose of the Nebraska Auto Racing Hall of Fame is to perpetuate the memory of these individuals who have brought lasting fame to the state of Nebraska through their efforts in auto racing.

The following is a partial list of candidates that are currently nominated and under consideration for induction into the Nebraska Auto Racing Hall of Fame:

Keith Anderson, Omaha
Keith Barker, Lincoln
Donald Barker, Lincoln
Russ Beighley, Lincoln
James Berck, Hastings
Gary Blackman, Omaha
Dick Bloom, Lincoln
Roy Boggs, Beatrice
Duane T. "Barney" Bohnstedt, Beatrice
Ed Bowes, Lincoln
Don Brown, Lincoln
Mike Cacak, Eagle
Louis Cavalieri, Omaha
Milton Chapin, York
Larry Conyers, Lexington
Wendell Cummings, Hastings
George Dahir, Omaha
Jim Dalrymple, Gothenburg
Walt Ditsch, Alliance
D. Jay Dolner, Omaha
Melvin Earnest, Wood River
Jim Eckley, Mead
George Edeal, Hastings
Dennis Egge, Kearney
Jim Eilts, Grand Island
Bill Fast, Omaha
Howdy Frye, Limon
Earl Garrett, Franklin
Tom Garrett, Franklin
Jim Goettsche, Grand Island
Stan Haack, Hastings
Ray Haase, Norfolk
Bob Haase, Norfolk
Mike Haberer, Hastings
Al Hadan, Omaha
Bill “Crash” Harding, Doniphan
George “Pop” Harding, Doniphan
Rex Hendrickson, Lincoln
Wayne Huntley, Hastings
Lawrence Ideus, Lincoln
Ed Jochim, Papillion
Edward “Gene” Jakub, Columbus
Wilford Johnson, Hastings
Rex Jordan, Lincoln
Harvey Kropp, Eagle
John Lajba, Omaha
Duane “Abe” Lincoln, Columbus
Kim Lingenfelter, Norfork
Ray Lipsey, Lincoln
Tiny Lund, Lincoln
Marv Marushak, Brainard
Bob Mathouser, Omaha
Kenny McCarty, North Platte
George Medbery, Grand Island
Der Merkley, Omaha
Dave Milbourn, Omaha
Mearl Miller, North Platte
Lonnie Morosic, McCook
Darwin Munson
Rex Nun, Lincoln
George Odvody, Morse Bluff
Bob O'Neill, North Platte
Dennis Parker, Omaha
Roger Pecena
Eugene “Pete” Peterson, Kearney
Don Powell, Barneston
Charlie Puls, Lincoln
Bob Rager, Lincoln
Doug Riedy, Grand Island
Terry Richards Sr., David City
Elton Rhoten, Peru
Frank Scdoris, Lincoln
Edwin Schmeeckle, Lincoln
Wayne “Bromo” Selser, Omaha
Carroll Sheldon, Kearney
Phil Simmons, Kearney
Jack Skinner, Edger
Marvin Sohl, Lincoln
Noma Sohl, Lincoln
Phil Simmons, Kearney
Tom Sloboth, Omaha
Dick Small, Columbus
Delwin “D.J.” Smith
Ed Smith, Lincoln
Joyce Smith, Lincoln
Gene Stanley, Omaha
Jim Stewart, Fremont
John Stewart, Fremont
Don Stephenson, Omaha
Larry Stromer, Grand Island
Don Styskal, David City
Morris Travilinsky, Lincoln
Marion Walkington, Holdrege
Mike Warren, Scottsbluff
Larry Wheeler, Omaha
Del Witcomb, Beatrice
Dean Wolfe, Lexington
Jerry Wymore, Fremont
Ardell Young, Lincoln
Rollie Zeitner, Omaha

This is only a partial list of the current people nominated for the Nebraska Auto Racing Hall of Fame. Please make sure if you are wishing to nominate someone to include a complete power point type biography including their achievements locally, regionally, and nationally. Use the form below to nominate a person whom you believe should be on this list. Please include your name and email address so that we may contact you if we have any questions or need to verify information.

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The Nebraska Auto Racing Hall of Fame will enshrine six new inductees at the organization’s 21st annual Induction Ceremonies to be held later this year on SATURDAY OCTOBER 27th, 2018 at Courtside Banquet Hall in Lincoln, a NEW LOCATION!! Located at 333 SPEEDWAY CIRCLE #2, LINCOLN, NEBRASKA. Previously, the organization’s annual Induction Ceremonies had been held on a Friday evening at Lincoln Firefighter’s Hall, however timing and space issues prompted the change to a Saturday night at a larger venue.
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