The Racing Card Hall of Fame stands as a digital portal recognizing the most important and influential racing trading cards of the legends of the high-speed world of motorsports. Nestled within these hallowed digital walls are the ultimate trading cards of the most illustrious figures in racing history. This forum pays homage to the trading cards of the drivers, teams, and machines that have left an indelible mark on the racetracks of the world. You will be treated to a captivating journey through time, guided by pictures of vintage to modern race cards that bear witness to the glory and sacrifices of racing’s elite. From the daring feats of Formula 1 champions to the thunderous roars of NASCAR legends, the Racing Card Hall of Fame offers a tribute to the trading cards of our heroes who’ve pushed the boundaries of speed and skill, leaving an enduring legacy in the chronicles of motorsport history. Rev up your engines and enjoy!
Nascard Radio Committee
The NasCardRadio committee will consist of the NasCardRadio hosts and other subject matter experts entrusted by NasCardRadio.
Any trading card from any form of motorsports is eligible to be nominated for voting into the Racing Card Hall of Fame. These cards can be from Formula 1, NASCAR, Indy Car, Drag Racing, Airplane Racing, Motorcycle Racing and any other form of motorsports.
The NasCardRadio committee reserves the right to reject any card nominated that does not fit the motorsports criteria.
Collector Participation and Voting Process
The process of selecting 10 inductee cards out of 40 nominees for induction into the Racing Card Hall of Fame involves a voting procedure that reflects the consensus of the voting body, which consists of the NasCardRadio committee, trading card experts, collectors and fans. Here’s a breakdown of the process:
1 – Initial Nomination: Input from the racing card collector base will be taken to create a list of eligible cards. This list is based on certain criteria such as historical significance, rarity and popularity. These nominee cards will be complied along with the nominees of the NasCardRadio committee. The top 40 nominee cards are then compiled and announced to the public.
2 – Voting Body: The Racing Card Hall of Fame voting body will consist of the trading card collector community and the NasCardRadio committee. These individuals are entrusted with the responsibility of casting one vote of 10 cards per person.
3 – Voting Process: Each member of the voting body is asked to select their preferred 10 cards from the list of 40 nominees. Every vote cast for each card counts as one vote. There are no extra point values for any card as all cards carry equal voting weight. Voting will be open for a period of approximately 4 weeks. The NasCardRadio committee will publish a link as to where voting will be held.
4 – Tabulation: The votes are collected and tabulated by theNasCardRadio committee and the 10 cards that receive the highest number of votes in the voting process will be inducted into the Racing Card Hall of Fame.
5 – Announcement: Once the votes are counted and verified by the NasCardRadio committee, the inductee cards will be announced on NasCardRadio prior to the Daytona 500 for that year. These trading card inductees will be celebrated on the racingcardhof.com website.
6 – Yearly Nomination: Going forward, each year, 10 cards from the list of 40 nominees will be inducted into the Racing Card Hall of Fame. Of the remaining 30 cards, the bottom 10 cards that received the fewest votes will be removed from the list of nominees. This will leave 20 cards that will carry over as nominees for the next year. A new list of 20 additional nominees will be added from a list of new nominees compiled from the NasCardRadio committee along with input from trading card experts, collectors and fans.