The development of The Minnesota Hall of Fame & Museum is for educating and entertaing the public, while immortalizing the men and woman that has made and makes Minnesota Auto Racing History. Drivers, promoters, pit crews, media, fans, track workers, racing busineses, have contributed to the history of the sport in Minnesota.
There are tracks that have their hall of fame already, they are known in the local area. They are still eligiable for the stae wide hall of fame and museum.
Where is this museum going to be?
Locations are being researched to place the museum.
Funding help from municipalities and sponsorship will factor in selecting a location.
Do you have property for this type of business devlopment?
Minnesota tracks that made a lot of history that are now closed.
Wee Town Outlaw Speedway (watch the cool video)
Island Speedway - Bird Island
I 94 Speedway - Sauk Centre
Back Forty Speedway - Staples
Cannon River Speedway - Morristown
Renegade Raceway - Canby
Raceway Park - Shakopee