2016 Hall of Fame Inductees

Art Brow [deceased]

Art joined NEOHIO in 1958 to race his Turner at the Akron Airport Races. He started racing cars on dirt tracks in 1946. Art started racing FV in the late 1960’s, primarily in a Caldwell D13. He did all his own engine work, and built engines for other competitors. Art was the NEOHIO Regional Champion in 1971, 1973, 1974, 1977, 1980, 1981, and 1983. He was awarded the Thomas Prescott Award in 1973 and 1980, and the Betty and Roxy Kincaid award in 1991. He served on the Competition Board and was licensing chairman. He was a driving instructor at many driver’s schools, and chief instructor for one school. He also competed in the 24 hour showroom stock races in 1985,1986,1987,1989, at Nelson Ledges and Mid-Ohio. Art stopped racing in 1992, but continued to build race engines and work on cars.


Charles Stoddard

Chuck was a racer, race car owner, Porsche collector, as well as the founder and owner Stoddard Imported Cars in Willoughby, an Alfa and Porsche dealership. He started racing around 1955 and raced extensively until 1965 when he retired from active racing. However, he continued racing in vintage races until 2000. His early racing was at Put in Bay and Akron Airport sports car races, and later competed in SCCA national races atMidwest and east coast tracks. He primarily raced Alfa Romeos and Porsches. Chuck Stoddard won an SCCA Central Division championship in 1964 and national championships in 1959, 1961 and 1965. Chuck also raced professionally in USRRC sports car endurance events such as the Road America 500, Sebring 12 Hour and the United States Road Racing Championship.





NEOHIO Hall of Fame Committee

  • Dorothy Harrington, Chair
  • Jeff Blumenthal
  • Duane Harrington
  • Pat Prill
  • Bob Roberts
  • Dave Weitzenhof
  • Sherrie Weitzenhof