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The 2020 Corvette Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Moved

It will happen in April 2021 now

National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green Kentucky
The National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

Due to the Pandemic

With the COVID-19 Pandemic still going strong in many areas of the U.S. the National Corvette Museum has decided to postpone the 2020 Corvette Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony until April of 2021. 

The museum planned to induct Doug Fehan for racing, Henry Haga for GM/Chevrolet, and Dr. Mike McCagh and Wendell Strode who are both enthusiasts. The ceremony was postponed to ensure the safety of all those who would be in attendance. Large gatherings are not advised right now due to the spread of COVID-19, so hopefully, by April of 2021, the status of the pandemic will be different and the ceremony can be held to honor these influential Corvette lovers.

The new four inductees into the hall of fame will join 74 other individuals who are already in the Corvette Hall of Fame. It’s a shame that these men can’t get their day of recognition in 2020, but it’s better to play it safe than regret holding the event due to infections.

More information will come at a later date. Vintage Motorsport was the publication to break the news. Closer to the date of the ceremony, we will do a more detailed look at the four men who will be inducted.