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“Jeff personifies the spirit and character of what the Hall of Fame stands for.” – Harold Phillips, Global General Manager, BFGoodrich Tires.

Jeff started his career with BFGoodrich Tires in 1979. For 43 years, he lived and breathed his #DirtyTiresHappyTires hashtag with the BFGoodrich brand. 

ORMHOF inductee Frank DeAngelo said, “Jeff Cummings has been heavily involved in the industry since 1979 behind the scenes and has made BFGoodrich Tires the brand it’s known for today.”

“Jeff’s passion, knowledge, and Impact on all aspects of off-road are second to none. Read more...



Over the years Scott Douglas has successfully driven everything from stock classes to unlimited trucks, including SCORE trophy trucks and Short Course Pro4s.

Scott Douglas Career Highlights:

  • 95+ career victories
  • 8 Desert Championships (SCORE, HDRA, BITD, and Mini-Metal)
  • 2 Short-Course Championships
  • 2-time BorgWarner Cup Champion (1997, 2006)
  • 2011 Inaugural Winner of the AMSOIL Cup
  • 3 Baja 1000 Class Wins
  • 1993 SCORE San Felipe 250 overall winner in a Class 7 truck (Herzog Ranger)

“Scott was one of my local racing



In 1989 Evan was racing for his father’s off-road team Walker Evans Racing and had won four races in a row, driving a Jeep Cherokee in Class 6 during the SCORE/HDRA season.

On July 13, 1989, a motorcycle accident significantly changed Evan’s life. He was thrown from the bike when he hit an unmarked ditch at a construction project near his home. He was paralyzed from the chest down. "When the doctors told me my spinal cord had been severed, it was my worst nightmare come true," said Evan. "But I decided then and there, I was not going to give up."

When the accident occurred, Evan had a large lead in the Class 6 SCORE points standings, Read more...


Advocacy Pioneer

Helen ‘Sugar’ Fields is a Hall of Fame legacy inductee. She passed away in 2015.

Dubbed the ‘First Lady of Four Wheeling’ by the East Coast 4WD Association (EC4WDA), Sugar Fields had nearly a half-century of continued leadership in competitive and recreational 4-wheeling at club, regional, and national levels.

In the 1970s, the Indiana-Ohio-Kentucky (IOK) Four Wheelers, under Sugar’s leadership, had the foresight and tenacity to convince the New York Central Railroad to sell a former gravel pit on 69 acres in Cleves, Ohio for off-road recreation.

The property nicknamed ‘the Pits’ became the home of Gravelrama, one of the longest running off-road events in the country. In fact, Read more...


Industry Pioneer

As a desert racer, OEM executive, event promoter, land use advocate, desert racing historian, brand ambassador, published author, and now a member of four motorsports Halls of Fame, Scot Harden impacts off-road.

With 14 overall wins and 38 class championships at the Baja 1000, Baja 500, Las Vegas 400, Parker 400, SCORE, BITD, SNORE, HDRA, and other major Baja/off-road events to pioneering Rally competitions in North Africa, to leading the first serious U.S. motorcycle team effort at the grueling Dakar Rally to building companies, and brands, Harden has impacted an entire generation of off-road enthusiasts. His contributions to Read more...

Mary McGee


While a tall 5’11”, Mary always described herself as "fast on my feet, fast with my brain, self-conscious and lacking confidence", however, she had "no trouble with confidence on the racetrack."

A pioneer in the sport of desert off-road racing and motocross, Mary broke down many barriers for female racers. She has achieved many firsts and has been a great role model for our sport.

Mary learned to ride on a 200cc Triumph Tiger Cub she bought from a friend. She later took up motorcycle road racing to try to improve her car racing skills. A female road racer in the United States was a new phenomenon, so the American Federation of Motorcyclists made Mary take a test before allowing her to race. She passed the test – on a 125 Honda CB92 wearing a pink Read more...

Tommy Morris

Industry Pioneer

Tommy Morris’ career spans 40 years in off-road, including driving, team management, vehicle and component engineering and military training experience.

“During our days together at PPI Tom was a cornerstone of our enduring success. Under his management Tommy provided Ivan Stewart, Frank Arciero, Robby Gordon, Steve and Rod Millen, and so many more with off-road racing Toyotas that carried these extraordinary athletes to unrivaled success throughout the 1980s and 90s,” said ORMHOF Class of 2020 inductee Cal Wells. “Without Tommy’s impressive leadership, PPI and Toyota would not have enjoyed the hard-earned success we did." Read more...


Industry Pioneer

Lee ‘Fud’ Sieck is a Hall of Fame Legacy inductee. He passed away in 2003. 

Fud was the dynamic and driving force behind some of the most enjoyable grassroots events the sport of desert racing has ever known. He began to ride the San Diego-based District 38 events in the late 1970s, eventually trading his handlebars for a gavel when elected president of the organization in 1979.

In 1979, Fud started racing in the desert east of San Diego County in the AMA District 38 desert races. Later that year he was elected president of the San Diego Sports Committee Inc. His reputation for organization grew from that seed, and by 1984 he had been asked by a group of four-wheel off-road racers to put Read more...


Industry Pioneer

On his 19th birthday, Russ moved from Toledo, Ohio to Southern California to pursue his dream of building off-road vehicles.

He started his career sweeping the floor of Cal Well’s PPI shop and within a year became the crew chief of Michael Nesmith’s Class 8 truck, starting his own shop and building pre-runner trucks for the likes of Parnelli Jones and Roger Mears.

In the late 1980s, Russ got the attention of Jim Venable, and was given the opportunity to build a new Ford Class 8 truck, putting young Robby Gordon behind the wheel. They would go on to be the first 4-wheel vehicle to overall the Baja 1000 Read more...


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