Janet Guthrie: The first woman to race in both the Indianapolis 500 and the Daytona 500. Janet was a panelist at Saturday’s Legends: Pioneer Women in Racing.

Miranda Seymour: Esteemed British author of Bugatti Queen, Miranda was a panelist at Saturday’s Legends: Pioneer Women in Racing.

Bobby Rahal: The three-time CART Champion and 1986 Indianapolis 500 winner; now co-owner of Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing. Bobby was a panelist at Saturday’s Driven: What drives successful race team owners.

Arie Luyendyk: Two-time Indianapolis 500 winner.

Tom Sneva: 1983 Indianapolis 500 winner.     

John Barnes: Co-owner of Panther Racing, recording four 2nd place finishes in a row at the Indianapolis 500 (2008-11) and winner of the Indycar Championship in 2001 & 2002.      

Didier Theys: International endurance champion and two-time winner of the 24 Hours of Daytona, as well as the 1998 12 Hours of Sebring.               

Dick Simon: One of the most successful team owners, Dick Simon Racing fielded 29 different drivers in open wheel racing over a 17 year period. As a driver Dick raced in the Indianapolis 500 seventeen times and competed in 183 open wheel races.

Valerie Thompson: American motorcycle drag and land speed record racer, she is the world’s fastest woman on a motorcycle (304.263 mph).         

Shawna Robinson: Competed in all three levels of NASCAR’s touring series between 1988-2005.

Francois Castaing: Former executive at Renault, American Motors and Chrysler who served as director of racing and chief engineer for their international racing programs. Francois is a member of the Automotive Hall of Fame. 

David Woodhouse: Current Design Director for The Lincoln Motor Company, David has more than 20 years of experience with premium brands, including Mini, Cadillac, Range Rover and BMW.

Ken Gross: Renown automotive journalist and author, Ken as also responsible of organizing significant exhibitions of automobiles in art museums across the nation.