Georgia Racing Hall Of Fame Set To Honor 2009 Class

The 2009 class of inductees to the Georgia Racing Hall of Fame is one of the strongest in the seven years of the hall's history.

The 2009 class of inductees to the Georgia Racing Hall of Fame is one of the strongest in the seven years of the hall's history.

By Brandon Reed
Posted in Feature Stories 10/9/09

Friday, October 23 will be a night to honor great racers with ties to the Peach State.

That’s the night for the induction ceremony for the 2009 inductee class to the Georgia Racing Hall of Fame.

The Hall of Fame, which is housed at the Dawsonville City Hall Municipal Complex in Dawsonville, Georgia, is entering it’s seventh year of honoring Georgia’s racing legends, and the 2009 class is one of the strongest.

The 2009 inductees include legendary drivers and promoters spanning the decades of Georgia’s racing heritage.

The class of inductees includes Bob Burcham of Rossville, Luther Carter of Acworth, Tommie Irvin of Baldwin, Ronnie Sanders of Fayetteville, Leon Sells of Villa Rica, Buck Simmons of Baldwin, Herb “Tootle” Estes of Knoxville, Tennesee and Katron Sosebee of Lilburn.  You can learn more about the hall and get information on the 2009 induction banquet by visiting www.georgiaracinghof.com.

All the inductees are legends in their own right, and have earned their status as Hall of Famers.  Here’s a look at the 2009 Georgia Racing Hall of Fame Inductees.

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