National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum

National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum (StreetView)
This museum is located just outside of turn 2 of the Knoxville Raceway. It opened in 1991 and houses many vintage cars and exhibits showcasing the history of sprint car racing. The upper levels of the museum feature skybox seats overlooking the raceway.
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Several cars once driven by Mario Andretti were on display in 2013
Hall of Fame driver Kramer Williamson's sprint car.  Sadly, he passed away two hours after this photo was taken from injuries suffered in a race the night before in Abbottstown, PA.
The entrance to the museum
Several helmets on display in the museum
This Champ dirt car raced from 1970-80.  Mario Andretti was the original driver.  Greg Weld, Wally Dallenbach, and Johnny Parsons, Jr. were among others that drove it.
Inductees to the Hall of Fame are honored with a photo and plaque on the 2nd floor of the museum.
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