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PostSubject: 2010 Hall Of Fame Inductees   Fri Jul 30, 2010 2:40 am

The AARO Hall of Fame in Detroit, Michigan has selected it's second class of inductees into the AARO Hall Of Fame. To be inducted, you must have retired, and one year must have passed.

First Class:

Jim Alexander - Winner of first AARO race, and first AARO champion.
Florence Garth - 642 starts in the AERS, won a championship and recorded 43 wins; 3rd on the All Time List.
David Stone - 1992 Rookie of the Year, 5 career wins, took over AARO in 2005.
Sam Davids - 63 career wins, 2 championships, contributed to community more than any other driver, even to this day.
Gavin Seald - 1990 champion, 36 wins, first rookie of the year award winner.
Scott Hughley - Founder of the AARO.

Second Class:

Billy Hackk - Multiple Championships, 33 victories, suggested new bodies in 1996.
Roger Renesse - First powerhouse team founder, most championships of all AARO owners.
Sheryl Dawsin - First female AARO driver, and winner.
Anthony Hawks - Most AARO Poles (43) in 429 races, 1 career victory.
Reese Bartensop - First AARO pole award winner, won a championship.
Bobby Zolorno - Most Daytona 250/200's (5), plus, 4 in a row.


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