Full headline: Sold-Out 35th Motorsports Hall of Fame of America (MSHFA) Induction Ceremony Presented by Toyota Racing Set for a Trio of Livestream Shows Sponsored by the Returning Speedvision Network
- Red Carpet Show and Dual Main Stage and Backstage Livestreams Available for Free
Next Tuesday, March 7, on MSHFA Facebook Page and YouTube Channel
- Milestone 35th Annual Motorsports Hall of Fame of America Induction Ceremony
Presented by Toyota Racing Caps Two-Day Class of 2023 Celebration in Daytona Beach
DAYTONA BEACH, Florida (March 1, 2023) — Next week's 35th Motorsports Hall of Fame of America (MSHFA) Induction Ceremony presented by Toyota Racing is a record-setting sellout but – thanks in part to the support of the returning Speedvision Network – the milestone event will be available for viewing around the world on Tuesday, March 7, in a trio of free livestreams originating from the black-tie gala at the Shores Resort and Spa in Daytona Beach.
Produced by Vid Monster and sponsored by Speedvision, the evening's lineup includes a preview Red Carpet show on the MSHFA Facebook Page at 6 p.m. EST followed by dual livestreams of the featured Induction Ceremony, which is emceed by Master of Ceremonies David Hobbs (MSHFA Class of 2009). The Main
Stage feed airs on the MSHFA Facebook page at 7:40 p.m. EST and will be followed just minutes later by a behind-the-scenes Back Stage show, hosted by Ryan Myrehn, on the MSHFA YouTube Channel.
Highlights from all three 35th Motorsports Hall of Fame of America Induction Ceremony presented by Toyota Racing online programs will be featured in an upcoming one-hour special on Speedvision, which is scheduled to premiere in April.
As a recognized network brand that originated the automotive lifestyle genre in the 1990s, Speedvision returns this year with more than 500 hours of exclusive and audience-favorite vehicle programming. Speedvision delivers a signature combination of highly-entertaining storytelling, iconic hosts, and premier
production values, making it the preeminent destination for auto-passionate viewers.
"Speedvision is back and we are delighted to have them join Toyota Racing and so many other outstanding organizations and companies as sponsors of our 35th Induction Ceremony," said MSHFA President George Levy. "It is our mission to preserve the history of all facets of motorsports and Speedvision is already established as one of the broadcast pillars in all of racing. For a time in the 1990s and earlier this century, Speedvision was 'must-watch' television every weekend and home to more than one major motorsports series. It is fantastic to see this great brand and its vast high-performance content resurrected."
A perfect fit for the MSHFA, which is the Hall of Fame for all motorsports, Speedvision is the ultimate destination for the absolute best in automotive, motorcycle, aviation and boating content. Speedvision also boasts a roster of well-known talent and experts, including Wayne Carini, Bill Goldberg, Mark Worman, Stacy David, Ant Anstead and 2023 Motorsports Hall of Fame of America Stock Cars Inductee Ray Evernham.
Fittingly, Evernham's popular "AmeriCarna" series premieres on Speedvision on Thursday, March 9, just two days after he and the rest of the MSHFA's Class of 2023 are ushered into the Hall.
In addition to Evernham, the MSHFA Class of 2023 includes the Father of the Corvette and Corvette racing Zora Arkus-Duntov (Sports Cars), national champion driver and trailblazing USAC official Henry Banks (Historic), America’s most successful enduro rider, Dick Burleson (Motorcycles), air racing superstar Art Chester (Aviation), early NASCAR fan favorite Fonty Flock (Historic), one of the NHRA’s 50 Greatest All Time Drivers, Darrell Gwynn (Drag Racing), prolific land speed record-setter Ab Jenkins (Speed Records) and two men who revolutionized racetrack emergency services, saving countless lives and careers, Drs. Stephen Olvey and Terry Trammell (Open Wheel).
The MSHFA is housed in Daytona International Speedway's Ticket & Tours Building located in front of the famed 2.5-mile DIS tri-oval. Access to the MSFHA museum is included with every Daytona International Speedway tour, which run throughout each day, or as a museum-only ticket. The museum is open daily 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. nearly year-round except major holidays. It is visited by more than 100,000 guests each year from every state in America and countries all over the world.
For more information, visit the MSHFA at www.mshf.com or contact Levy at (248) 895-1704 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For museum tickets call 1-800-PIT-SHOP.
The Motorsports Hall of Fame of America is on Facebook at www.facebook.com/MotorsportsHOF/ and Instagram and Twitter at @MotorsportsHOF.
About the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America:
The MSHFA is the only hall that honors all American motorsports: cars, motorcycles, airplanes, off road and powerboats. Its mission is to celebrate and instill the American motorsports values of leadership, creativity, originality, teamwork and spirit of competition. Founded by Larry G. Ciancio and Ronald A. Watson, it held its first induction in 1989. Watson spent the next 30 years tirelessly building it into the nation’s premier such hall until his passing in 2019. The original museum in Novi, Mich., relocated to Daytona Beach, Fla., in 2016 and greets more than 100,000 guests a year. The nonprofit Motorsports Museum and Hall of Fame of America Foundation, Inc operates MSHFA.
Speedvision is the definitive automotive entertainment and lifestyle brand resurrected in 2022 to serve the passion of millions of vehicle enthusiasts. With more than 500 hours of premium content featuring lean-forward storytelling, iconic hosts and industry-standard production values, Speedvision is the ultimate destination for the absolute best in automotive, motorcycle, aviation and boating content. Available at no cost as a free ad-supported television network, Speedvision represents an optimal opportunity for advertisers to intersect directly with a deeply engaged viewership composed of authentic vehicle aficionados. Visit SpeedvisionNetwork.com for more information on network programming, information on how to watch Speedvision and to sign up for email updates. Speedvision is @speedvisiontv on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and TikTok.