Raced Formula 3 and Formula 2 in '80s, graduating to Formula 1 in '82. In the U.S. In '84 won Rookie of the Year in CART series and at Indy 500. Finished second, third, fourth and second in first four Indy 500 starts. Recovered from bad crash in '87 to qualify on '92 Indy 500 pole. Scored two IndyCar wins.
Nick Ham - Evergreen, Colo. - Raced Formula Ford in '75, ran IMSA Showroom Stock in '90-'96, with 11 wins, '92 GS champion, raced Supercup in '92-'94, earning sixth in Monaco. Six class wins in '94-'97 IMSA GT, including two at Sebring 12. Raced in FIA GT and Le Mans 24 in '97-'98 and Grand-Am in '04-'10, scoring eight class wins, including two in Daytona 24. Ran ALMS GTC in '11, finishing fourth at Sebring 12.
Ludwig Heimrath Jr. - Spanaway, Wash. - Won '79 and '80 Ontario Formula Ford championship, raced in IMSA and Trans-Am in '81 and '82. Robert Bosch Super Vee Rookie of the Year in '83, winning at Phoenix in '83 and '84. Drove prototype in Le Mans 24. Raced in Trans-Am and IMSA GTP in '84-'86 and in IndyCar in '87-'90, finishing 13th at '89 Indy 500.
J.R. Hildebrand - Sausalito, Calif. - Won '04 SCCA Formula Russell championship, second in '05 Pacific F2000 championship and Team USA Scholarship winner. Is the '06 U.S F2000 National champion and '09 Indy Lights champion. Tested Formula 1 for Force India team, contested two IndyCar races in '10, setting fastest lap of race at Infineon Raceway. As a rookie in '11 IndyCar Series, famously led the Indy 500 until the final turn.
Stefan Johansson - Playa Del Rey, Calif. - Won '80 British Formula 3 championship and two European Formula 2 championship races before making '83 Formula 1 debut. Made 79 Grand Prix starts, recording 12 podium finishes. Debuted in '92 CART IndyCar and was Rookie of the Year. Won '97 Le Mans 24.
Bruce Leven - Mercer Island, Wash. - IMSA driver/team owner from '78 to '90 with two victories as a driver. His Bayside Motorsports Camel GT team's best year was '87, scoring six victories in 11 starts - Sebring 12, Laguna Seca, Mid-Ohio, Sears Point, Columbus and Del Mar - with drivers Jochen Mass and Bobby Rahal. The team repeated at Sebring in '88. His drivers read like a