Elkhart Lake's Racing Museum
Your home for learning the history of Road America and how the Village of Elkhart Lake became the location for one of the great racing facilities in America. We will also be the source for classic racing photos, books, dvd's and memorabilia. We hope to bring you frequent updates and stories about some of the historic cars that raced at Road America. Also, we will bring you up to date on the current racing season with results and interesting stories from Road America. One of our features will be the Car of the Month.
We will provide the history of the car since its original owner or constructor brought it to the track
and where it is today, in a museum or private collection.
Click on the photo below for a great look at
America's National Park of Speed.
Ron Grable coming up from corner #12
Harry Heuer in his Chaparral up the hill at Road America
please visit the Books/DVD's page for ordering information on the new Harry Heuer book by Tom Schultz.
"Lemons of Love is an adventure run solely on the generosity of humanity.” – Jill Swanson Peltier
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Scott Dixon motoring around #6
SCCA National Sports Car Championship (round 6) 1959. George Constantine in the Elisha Walker, Jr. Aston Martin DBR2 /420 Finished 7th.
The VSCDA September weekend featuring the classics with three of our
local drivers participating. click on photos below.
Historic Race Circuits of Elkhart Lake
John has been a long time contributor to the HRC of Elkhart Lake. John was instrumental in the founding of the group and has been an active member serving in many capacities.
A long history behind the wheel of the famous Meister Brauser Scarabs, Don has vast knowledge as a driver/car owner and a lifetime supporter of Racing.
Steve brings a wealth of knowledge to our web site. He has been around Road America for years and has covered all the major events there. Steve has his radio show weekly 105.7FM The FAN and is an author and contributor to various racing publications.
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