2022 Southeastern Wisconsin Short Track Hall of Fame
Inductee Nomination and Election Procedure
2022 Hall of Fame Voting:
July1st - July 15th
Below is the list of the 2022 Nominees. The top 5 will be placed in the HoF for 2022. Click the link below to vote:
1994 & 1996 Lake Geneva Raceway Late Model champion, 1997 Slinger Speedway Midwest Modified champion, and co-founder of Five Star Race Car Bodies.
Steve Sinclair has worked as a promoter and official in open wheel racing for over 25-years. Working as a Motorsports Field Underwriter for K&K Insurance as well as a President for the IRA Outlaw Sprint Series since 1994. He also has been co-Race Director for the Kenosha (WI) County Fair -Wilmot Raceway since 2009. His dedication to the sport has ensured that Wisconsin open wheel fans get quality Outlaw sprint car racing across Southeast Wisconsin.
The Tucker family, who have operated the track since 1968. Has created an opportunity to drivers to race in several divisions. Has built one of the most successful weekly racing programs in Southeast Wisconsin.
1973 Slinger and Cedarburg Sportsman Champion. 1974 Hales Corners Sportsman Champion. 1973 & 1974 overall Milwaukee Area Sportsman Championship. Raced both asphalt and dirt tracks including Plymouth, Beaver Dam, Hales Corners, Lake Geneva, Slinger, and Wilmot.
Engine builder from 1960's thru 1980's for modifieds, sportsman and dirt late models. also built engines for many local dragsters. Was the engine builder for many short track racing winners and champions including Mike Melius. Noel's life focus was building and tuning racing engines for competitors at tracks like Plymouth, Chilton, Cedarburg, Slinger, Hales Corners and Kaukauna.
Raced at several area tracks including Plymouth, 141. Leo’s, Beaver Dam, Hales Corner’s, and Slinger Speedways. Won the sportsman track championship in 1982 and 1984. Set track qualifying records at Plymouth in 1984.
Raced several area tracks including Beaver Dam, Columbus 151, Jefferson, Dodge County, and Slinger Speedways. Won the 1986 Late Model Championship at Columbus 151 Speedway. 1988 and 1989 A-Stock Champion at Dodge County Fairgrounds. Beaver Dam Raceway modified champion in 1993 and 1995. Flagman at Beaver Dam Raceway for over 20 years.
Eastern Wisconsin Stock Car Association track announcer from 1977 to 1997. Flagman at Chilton, Slinger, Wilmot, WIR, and Plymouth Speedways. Radio host of Let’s Talk Eastern” from 1993 until 1997. Served as Race Director at Badger Kart Club and Road America Kart Club.
Raced at several tracks including Jefferson, Milwaukee, Slinger, Wilmot, Cedarburg, and Hales Corners Speedway from 1972 through 2022. Raced in several traveling series including ARTGO, ASA, ARCA Midwest Tour, ARCA Short Track, and Midwest Truck Series. Ran a successful fabrication shop. Building cars for several track championships and served as a NASCAR official.
David Prunty started his racing career at Slinger Speedway racing in the Slinger Stinger division. Moving up to Super Late Model, won the championship in 2006 and 2007. Won the Slinger Nationals in 2001.
World of Wheels Award winner and best showing car in in 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, and 2003. Competed at Plymouth, Slinger Speedway, Hales Corners, Lake Geneva, Beaver Dam, Dodge County, Wilmot, and SK Speedways.
1969 Late Model Champion at Columbus 151 Speedway. Beaver Dam track champion in 1959 and 1960. Won 17 features and 12 fast times at Beaver Dam in 1959 and 1960. Has raced at Beaver Dam, Jefferson, Columbus 151, Plymouth, Cedarburg, Slinger, Hales Corners, and Lake Geneva Speedways. Retired from racing in 1975.