Italian-born American former racing driver, Mario Andrett,i is the only driver ever to win the Indianapolis 500, Daytona 500, and the Formula One World Championship. He is considered one of the most successful Americans in the history of the sport. Over the course of his long career, he has is the only person to be named United States Driver of the Year in three decades (1967, 1978, and 1984).
An amateur drag racer in his youth, American racing driver Dan Gurney began his professional career in 1959, quickly becoming one of the most popular international racing stars of his era. Also a prominent race car constructor and the founder of All American Racers, he is known as much for his engineering acumen as for his quest for innovative solutions.
The first USA-born race car driver to win the Formula One World Drivers' Championship and the 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance race, Phil Hill began racing as a mechanic before becoming a professional racer. A disciplined perfectionist in car preparation, he achieved several career victories including two Italian Grand Prix (1960 and 1961) and one Belgium Grand Prix (1961)
Currently a semi-retired professional stock car racing driver, Greg Biffle gained his first recognition as a racer during the 1995–1996 Winter Heat Series. Shortly, he began his NASCAR career with Roush Fenway Racing, winning 19 races in the NASCAR Cup Series, 20 races in Xfinity Series and 17 in Camping World Truck Series, concurrently competing in numerous other series.
Born into the First Family of American auto racing, Bobby Unser had begun racing at age 15. He, his brother Al, and his nephew Al Jr., made racing history by winning a record nine Indianapolis 500 races together. He was trapped in a blizzard in New Mexico once and was almost killed.
Also known by monikers such as Captain Nice, Mark Donohue was not just a skilled race-car driver but also a qualified engineer. A major force behind the Penske Racing team during he 1960s and the 1970s, he is remembered for his win at the Indianapolis 500 event.
Enzo Fittipaldi is a Brazilian-American racing driver. He is the grandson of two-time Formula 1 champion Emerson Fittipaldi. He currently drives for Charouz Racing System in the FIA Formula 2 Championship and was previously associated with FIA Formula 3 Championship. He was one of the five drivers invited to join the Ferrari Driver Academy in 2016.
Eddie Cheever is known for his racing career of almost 3 decades that he spent in leagues such as Formula One and Indy Racing. He won the 1998 Indianapolis 500 with his own IRL team and had been part of 143 F1 World Championship races.
Justin Allgaier became the longest-tenured driver at JR Motorsports. He also has 16 NASCAR Xfinity Series victories in his kitty, apart from a top-10 finish at the NASCAR Cup Series. Also known as Little Gator to his fans, he had started racing at the tender age of 5.
Carl Haas was an American auto racing organizer who co-owned the Newman/Lanigan/Haas Racing team in the IndyCar and Champ Car Series. Haas also owned Carl A. Haas Motorsports and the Haas Lola Formula One team. The teams that Carl Haas owned won 11 championships in 30 years. In 2007, he was inducted into the SCCA Hall of Fame.