2019 Motor Sport Hall of Fame: vote now
Vote for the motor sport greats who should enter the Hall of Fame this year and enter our prize draw for a Stirling Moss print
The shortlist for this year’s Motor Sport Hall of Fame has been announced and voting is now open in all three categories of the prestigious annual awards.
Since 1924, Motor Sport has celebrated the heroes, pioneers and supernaturally gifted of the track. The Hall of Fame recognises those who stand tall among this elite field, and whose names are the benchmark of greatness.
The current list of inductees includes Ayrton Senna, Jim Clark, Michael Schumacher, Sir Jackie Stewart and John Surtees
This year, three more individuals will be added to the roster after being chosen by a panel of discerning and knowledgeable motor racing experts: our readers.
Your choices in the three categories on the shortlist will decide who enters the Hall of Fame in 2019 and you can vote now by using the button below.
Every entry will be entered into a prize draw to win a print by John Ketchell of Stirling Moss winning the 1956 Monaco Grand Prix
Hall of Fame categories
As ever, the Formula 1 category has no shortage of deserving candidates who, from Mike Hawthorn to Fernando Alonso, span seven decades of racing. You can read more about each nominee in our F1 shortlist.
Our sports car nominees naturally include winning Le Mans, Daytona and Sebring drivers, but also Norbert Singer, who was involved in 16 Porsche Le Mans victories. The sports car shortlist has full details.
Finally, the Inspiration Award is the opportunity to celebrate the graft, perseverance and glory in all areas of motor sport. Nominees include John Cooper, Ken Miles and HWM. Click for the full list
The names of this year's Hall of Fame inductees will be announced online and in Motor Sport Magazine at the end of the year, along with an additional award decided by Motor Sport.