These vehicles are currently on loan from the National Sprint Car Racing Hall of Fame & Museum in Knoxville, Iowa, through 2022.
This collection of Sprint Cars are on loan from the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame in Noxville, Iowa. They include:
- The world's fastest sprint car. This sprint car ran at 211.59 mph at the Bonneville Salt Flats in the hands of "The Demon", Damion Gardner who is a 9 time California Sprint Car Champion.
- Number 16 winged sprint car that Erin Crocker (now Mrs. Ray Everham), drove to victory in the 2004 World of Outlaws Sprint Car race in Tulare, California. She thus became the only female sprint car driver to win a World of Outlaws feature.
- #32 sprint car driven by Cheryl Glass. She was a multi time sprint car winner in the short tracks of the northwest in the late 1970's and 1980's. At that time, there were very few female sprint car drives as well as very few African American drivers. Cheryl is both an African American and female, and has been very competitive.
- The 4th vehicle is the Rick Goudy driven #25 King O Lawn Champ Car, Silver Crown Car. While in Paso Robles, Rick was a docent in the Woodland Auto Display. Rick is a former Sprint Car Champion and winner of the prestigious Turkey Night Grand Prix Midget Race which was the premier race of the year at it's time.
All of the above cars have west coast history and all the drivers have, or had, extremely interesting careers. Click on the links for the driver's name for more information. We are honored to have these sprint cars on loan and available for general public viewing for the remainder of 2022.