Joan Roué and Terry Dale added to CMHF Board

The Canadian Motorsport Hall of Fame (CMHF) is proud to announce that two new members – Joan Roué and Terry Dale – have joined the Board of Directors, effective immediately.

Discussing the news, CMHF chair Dr. Hugh Scully said, “On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Motorsport Hall of Fame, I am excited to welcome two eminently qualified individuals to the current board. Joan Roué and Terry Dale are long-time and respected members of the Canadian racing community and bring unique experiences and qualifications to their new roles. We look forward to working with them in the cause of celebrating our sport and the achievements of those who have built it, in Canada.”

Joan Roué has been a fan of all forms of motorsports since her father raced in the late ‘60s, in their home province of Nova Scotia. Since personally becoming involved in racing, her focus has been on stock car racing, primarily in Atlantic Canada.

Since the early ‘90s, Joan has been active in motorsports journalism and public relations, working for several outlets, speedways, sanctioning bodies and race teams. Since 2006, she’s worked for Riverside International Speedway, in Antigonish (NS) and has produced editorial content for And for most of the past decade, Joan has been the publicist for the Maritime Motorsports Hall of Fame.

Terry Dale has been actively involved in Canadian and international motorsports since 1964. The Ottawa resident was inducted into the CMHF in 2016. His lengthy racing resume includes contributions via a wide variety of roles, both on track and off the track. He raced until 1992, completing his career at Sebring. A past President of the Motorsport Club of Ottawa and VP of the Quebec Region, Dale also founded the Ottawa SportsCar Club and is a past President of that group, as well.

He’s held an FIA Grade A Steward and Clerk License since 1975 and has served as a senior race official / Chief Steward for F1, Trans-Am, the Players / GM Series, the Firestone Firehawk Series, Formula Atlantic, Formula BMW, Porsche GT3 Cup (US and Canada), Grand Am / IMSA, Nissan Micra Cup and others. Currently, Terry is the Race Director at Calabogie Motorsports Park.