(second in Malay GP), and Opel in European race and rallye. In the U.S. from '83 to '03, competed in both SCCA and vintage races, fielding multiple cars. SVRA '10 Driver of the Year, is still a regular race winner, currently in a Ginetta G-4.
Roy Walzer - Litchfield, Conn. - Raced at top level of historic and vintage events since early '90s. Multiple HSR Sprint and Enduro class victories with seven overall championships - '99, '02-'06, '08-'09. Second o/a in Williams FW07, FIA Championship, Zolder in '04. Merrill Lynch Award, Jefferson 500, '99; New Driver Award, Spa, '99; Rolex Award at Monterey, '06; Driver of the Day at Silverstone and Earwood Sportsmanship Award, '09.
Honorary Members voted in for 2011:
Bill King - Charlotte, N.C. - Publicist, marketer, journalist and race series organizer, working for Nick Craw, Leo Mehl, Paul Pfanner and Roger Werner. Original program manager, SCCA Spec Racer/Sports Renault, '84. Created Playboy Endurance Series (now World Challenge) from clean sheet of paper, '85. PR manager for Goodyear Racing. '86-'92; contributing editor and special projects manager for RACER, '94-'01, general manager, Speedvision.com, '99-'01; and business development for Swift Engineering.
Dr. Steve Olvey - Miami, Fla. - Working as a track physician at Indy in '66 led to many years in motorsports medicine, specializing in concussion and traumatic brain injury. Director of Medical Affairs for CART, '78-'03. Author of Rapid Response, a bio of his career in motorsports medicine. Associate Professor of Neurological Surgery at University of Miami Medical School; member of American College of Medicine Sports Safety Task Force; founding member of International Council of Motorsports Science; and founding fellow of the FIA Institute for Motorsport Safety.
Mark Raffauf - Daytona Beach, Fla. - A 30-year-plus racing official, worked for John Bishop at IMSA from the early '70s, continuing through the mid '90s. Has been Grand-Am Road Racing's race director since its inception in '00. Is currently Managing Director of Competition, responsible for rules enforcement, events, regulations, driver conduct and briefings, and directing the Grand-Am operations staff. Is a past Race Director, Technical Director, Vice President and President of IMSA, as well as a past ACCUS/FIA