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Motor Sport Hall of Fame 2018 - Nominee list revealed

The list of nominees for induction next year has been revealed, and voting is now open.

Voting for the Motor Sport Hall of Fame 2018 is now open. The 2018 nominees include some of the greatest drivers and personalities from the history of motor racing, and the public can help decide which of them will join an illustrious line-up that already includes John Surtees, Ayrton Senna, Enzo Ferrari, Sir Stirling Moss and Michael Schumacher.

There are five categories open for the public vote – Formula 1, sports cars, motorcycles, US racing and racing car – with 12 legends & 6 iconic vehicles comprising each of the shortlists. The nominees have been chosen by the Motor Sport editorial team.

All voters will be entered into a special prize draw to win a package for two to the Le Mans Classic 2018, courtesy of Grandstand Motor Sports. Not only that, the lucky winner will also receive a beautiful Christopher Ward C7 Rapide Chronograph COSC Limited Edition watch, courtesy of Hall of Fame timing partner Christopher Ward.

Click here to vote for your chosen inductees.

The 2018 inductees will be announced at the Motor Sport Hall of Fame Awards dinner, held at the Royal Automobile Club, Woodcote Park on June 4 2018.

About the Motor Sport Hall of Fame

Now in its seventh year, the Motor Sport Hall of Fame celebrates the greatest names in racing across Formula 1, motorcycling, sports cars, and other disciplines. Previous inductees include heroes such as Jim Clark and Tazio Nuvolari, as well as Stirling Moss, Niki Lauda and Alain Prost among others. The event is held at the exclusive Royal Automobile Club and attracts many stars from the world of motorsport. The ceremony is now an established fixture in the motor racing calendar.

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Don't miss the Motor Sport Hall of Fame Live at Race Retro 2018, 23-25 February, where we will be joined by racing legends featuring around £30million of stunning motoring history. Click here to see the highlights from the 2017 Motor Sport Hall of Fame Live out more...