Oct 29, 2009

Canadian tribute to racing classics

My latest column in the Globe and Mail:

When the Canadian Motorsports Heritage Museum (CMHM) opens its doors next year, racing fans will have two additional historic cars to drool over.

The CMHM is expected to announce today that it will add the late Greg Moore's Formula Ford 1600 from the early days of his open-wheel career and the original Chaparral 1 driven by Jim Hall, who also designed the car.

Moore's Formula Ford was donated by Jeremy Hinchcliffe, the father of Indy Lights driver James Hinchcliffe. The car was driven by Jeremy Hinchcliffe, a Maple Ridge, B.C., native, in the 1991 Esso Protec Formula Ford 1600 Championship, where he was named rookie of the year.

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