Norm Namerow was a good racer and a good friend to motorsport. When St. Eugene ran into financial trouble, it was Norm who bankrolled the track and kept it going. He was also the publisher of Canada Track and Traffic, providing a voice for motorsport in Canada when no other existed. It is indeed fitting that there is a corner named for him at Le Circuit Mont Tremblant.
George Chapman was the Canadian Driving Champion in 1966, driving a Lotus 23B. In the dozen years he raced, George contributed a lot as a competitor, but he probably contributed more after he retired and took on the posts as President and Vice-President of the Canadian Automobile Sport Club (CASC). He filled those rolls admirably, and motorsport in Canada benefited from his leadership.