Celebrating the Canadian Motorsport History


The Canadian Motorsport Hall of Fame was founded in 1993 to honour those who have contributed to, or excelled in Canadian Motorsports. This organization is developing Canada’s leading collection of virtual racing memorabilia and is working to become the primary source of historical motorsport information. The CMHF is home to the archival history of a proud Canadian Motorsports story, one still being written on most weekends, here in Canada and around the World.


The inaugural induction ceremony was held at the Four Seasons Hotel, Toronto, Ontario, August 19, 1993, and has been held annually since.   Since its founding, the organization has grown, developed and matured into a national charitable institution, operated by a volunteer Board of Directors in trust for all Canadian motorsport fans.  We invite you to look around the CMHF website and to marvel at the accomplishments of our motorsports heroes on the global stage.

CMHF Inductees

The Hall of Fame now has over 200 inducted honourable members, who have been recognized for their accomplishments and contributions to Canadian motorsports. READ MORE >

The Itinerant Museum

In a country as big as Canada with a proud and colourful motorsports history, only an online museum could truly reach the public and properly represent the great of the sport.  READ MORE >

Be part of it

While the Canadian Motorsport Hall of Fame has a treasure trove of images, items and memorabilia related to motorsport, we know we don’t have the whole story. READ MORE >

Latest Information

CMHF regrets the passing February 14 of Honorable Member George Geoffrey "Geoff" Goodwin.
Our sincere condolences to the family
Geoff began his racing career before he was old enough to legally drive, acting as a flagman at early Edmonton drag races. He competed as a driver for many years, but somehow found time to assist is friend Ray Peets as a crewman on the latter's oval-track super-modified running on the Canadian-American Modified Racing Association circuit. In 1980 he was part of a small group of investors who developed Capital City Raceway Park (now Castrol Raceway) near Edmonton. Geoff managed the facility for the first five years.
While Geoff's race-driving days ended many years ago, his involvement in the sport continued until as recently as last season as he campaigned his Syn-Oil Special alcohol funny car across North America, at the age of 80.
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Sad to learn Canadian Motorsport Hall of Famer Bill Lefeuvre (2009 inductee) passed away on January 26th, after a short illness. ... See MoreSee Less

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Nomination forms for the 2018 Induction ceremonies are now available through our website cmhf.ca ... See MoreSee Less

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