CMHF Unveils New Website


Welcome to the new look for the Canadian Motorsport Hall of Fame’s website.

We believe you will find this site easy to navigate as you go through the history of the past in Canadian Motorsport including the stories behind all of our honourable inductees.

Thanks to the development efforts of highly respected freelance journalist, Gary Grant, we are able to bring you this new look. Gary is also responsible for the creation of our Facebook page.

As in any new project, our website is a work in progress as we will continue to improve various aspects with your feedback

This is a fluid archive type of project that will allow CMHF to present Canadian racing history online . Digital submissions will be uploaded and shared with our followers in a timely fashion . It is our aim to keep the site informative and current.

We look forward to your feedback . Just click on contact and submit your comments /questions.

Thanks for joining us in this new initiative.


  1. J. Wally Nesbitt says:

    I will be in touch as I am looking for some photos of the first year at Mosport Speedway. I lent them to Bob Brockington and after he passed, they seem to have disappeared….

  2. I have a large selection of photos and videos that may be of interest to you. I will forward some files in the next few days. I enjoy the new look. Nice job Gary.

  3. Ron Wylie says:

    Over the years I have followed the development of the Canadian Motrorsport Heritage Foundation, as it is now known, with great interest. It is quite gratifying to see the amount of work that has been carried out in preserving Canadian racing history and artifacts. Hopefully a permanent home can be found in the near future. However, I am quite concerned regarding the selection of yearly inductees to the hall. I am appalled that Jack Cook and Don Delville have not been inducted. This snub is unconscionable. It is much believed in the old racing fraternity that this oversite is due to the activities of a non board advisor. Time for some new advisors with no axe to grind. There should be no place for politics in your endeavours.

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