When Andersen Promotions launched and operated the USF2000 championship from 1990 to 2006, the company created the USF2000 Hall of Fame to recognize the outstanding accomplishments of its graduates after competing in the series, rather than in it. The Hall of Fame was resurrected within USF2000 in 2012.
Each recipient is acknowledged at the season-ending awards banquet and presented with a plaque.
2013 Hall of Fame Inductees
A 1993/1994 graduate who is the Chief Operating Officer at the Sahara Force India F1 team
The 2003 graduate is the first licensed driver with diabetes to win an IndyCar Series race
2012 Hall of Fame Inductees
A 1998 graduate who raced endurance sports cars before developing his team, Patron Highcroft Racing, to compete in the ALMS and continues to race vintage cars
Sam Hornish Jr.
The 1998 graduate won the 2006 Indy 500 and is a three-time IndyCar Series champion [2001, 2002 and 2006] who currently drives in NASCAR
A graduate in 2000 and accomplished sports car driver who currently drives for Magnus Racing in the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship
The 2002 champion is a driver for Team Falken Motorsports in the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship
The 1992/1993 East Coast champion is an Indianapolis 500 winner as engineer of the #10 Target/Chip Ganassi Racing IndyCar Series entry driven by Dario Franchitti
The 1999 champion was a 2005 and 2011 Indy 500 Winner and 2005 IndyCar Series Champion
The Original Hall of Fame
Sam Schmidt Buddy Rice Greg Ray
1995 graduate; owner of 1997 graduate; won the 1992 graduate; won 1999
the most successful team 2004 Indianapolis and 2009 Indy Racing League title
in Indy Lights history Rolex 24 At Daytona
Greg Moore Robby McGehee Steve Knapp
1992 graduate; won the 1998 graduate; Indy 500 1996 graduate; Indy 500
1995 Indy Lights title Rookie of the Year in '99 Rookie of the Year in '98
Memo Gidley Alex Barron
1995 graduate; podium 1996 graduate; won 1997
finisher in Champ Car for Atlantic Championship