• Hall Of Fame Museum

    During 2001, longtime motorsports journalist Bill Holder found himself with a new mission: the all-new National Dirt Late Model Hall of Fame. The first induction ceremony took place in August of 2001 at Florence Speedway.

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Visit the National Dirt Late Model Hall of Fame

Located on the grounds of Florence Speedway:
12234 US 42
Walton, KY 41094

NDLM & Hall of Fame History

The history of dirt Late Model racing can be traced back to the origins of the automobile and competitive auto racing itself. However, what is viewed in today’s terms of a “dirt Late Model” has grown, flourished and evolved substantially over the decades.

NDLM Scrapbook

Come check out some NDLM memories including photos and text from our history. These have been contributed by a number of our friends and supporters.

Current Inductees

See a complete list of all National Dirt Late Model Hall of Fame Inductees. Going all the way back to 2001, you'll see their names and a link to their profile on dirtfans.com. Come check it out!

19th Annual NDLMHoF Induction Set to Go

On Saturday August 10th the National Dirt Late Model Hall of Fame will present its 19th Annual Induction Ceremony for this year’s class at the King’s Florence Speedway located... August 4th, 2019

Iowa Hall of Fame Legend Passes..

The National Dirt Late Model Hall of Fame regrets to inform that 2007 class inductee Verlin Eaker has passed away, he was 86. The Hall would like to extend... July 16th, 2019

Two Hall of Fame Contributors Pass Away

In recent months, the National Dirt Late Model Hall of Fame was sorry to lose two of its contributing inductees. Morgan Chandler, legendary car owner from the Kentucky bullrings... May 6th, 2019