Dan DeRusha Steps Down as Executive Director
January 19, 2021
Dan announced he is stepping back from his full-time duties for personal reasons resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.
IMRRC Staff on "Break/Fix Pocast"
December 21, 2020
Gran Touring Motorsports invited Kip Zeiter and Rick Hughey to be guests on their "Break/Fix Podcast." You can find the audio below the article about the IMRRC on their website, linked below.
"Big Stars and Small Occurrences" by Jenny Ambrose
September 14, 2020
Appearing in Vol. 7, Issue 3 of SpeedTour Quarterly, IMRRC Head Archivist Jenny Ambrose speaks on the "Trackside Stories: Kathie J. Meredith's Motorsports Photographs, 1968-1972" exhibit at the Arnot Art Museum in Elmira, NY.
LACar.com features 2020 Corvette Sweepstakes
August 30, 2020
"Win a 2020 Corvette Stingray from the IMRRC" by Doug Stokes
A 1948 Road Race Circuit Ran Through this Quiet Upstate Town
August 7, 2020
"Though the suburban streets that run through the village of Watkins Glen are quiet now, they were once lined with crowds of cheering spectators and filled with the roar of race car engines."
The IMRRC recently contributed images to this article by Nicole Saraniero on Untapped New York.
IMRRC Presents Exhibitions on the Contributions of Women to Motorsports
March 12, 2020
The International Motor Racing Research Center (IMRRC) will host several exhibitions this year that tell the story of women in United States motorsports.
Racing World Mourns Passing of Peter Argetsinger, IMRRC Leader, Champion Racer, Driving Coach
February 11, 2020
Peter O. Argetsinger, a member of the International Motor Racing Research Center’s Governing Council and an international racing champion and respected driving coach, is being remembered across the industry for his talents and joy in the sport.
SportsCar Magazine features the IMRRC SCCA archives in 2020 – February Issue
February 4, 2020
"History in the Making"
Appearing in SportsCar February 2020 by Jeff Jacobs
SportsCar Magazine features the IMRRC SCCA archives in 2020 – January Issue
January 28, 2020
"A Big Hill to Climb"
Appearing in SportsCar January 2020 by Jeff Jacobs
Research Center to Host Fifth Annual Symposium Nov. 8-9
November 4, 2019
The International Motor Racing Research Center (IMRRC), in partnership with the Society of Automotive Historians and the Popular Culture Association’s Vehicle Culture Area, will present "The Cultural Turn Meets the First Turn: Writing Motorsports History" at the fifth annual Michael R. Argetsinger Symposium on International Motor Racing History.