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Brad Moran Inducted into the Canadian Motorsports Hall of Fame


What a moment! The announcement has landed that Brad Moran, NASCAR Cup Series Managing Director, will be officially inducted into the Canadian Motorsports Hall of Fame. This Toronto native has clocked in over 30 years in motorsports as a competitor, racetrack owner, and official.

Brad Moran cruised into the NASCAR scene in 2008, taking charge of NASCAR’s Touring Series. His journey led him to spearhead the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in 2016, expertly guiding it through its first season of playoff format. His latest triumph has been his instrumental role in introducing the Next Gen car.

It’s no surprise that Elton Sawyer, NASCAR Senior Vice President, Competition, praised Brad, confirming this honor is well earned. His visionary work model has propelled NASCAR from the grassroots to the top-tier NASCAR Cup Series.

Before NASCAR, Moran owned the Barrie Speedway in Ontario for seven years. The speedway hosted the NASCAR Pinty’s Series and NASCAR Advanced Auto Parts Weekly Series, paving Moran’s relationship with NASCAR officials.

Brad will be one of 15 inductees to be applauded during the Canadian International Autoshow on February 17, 2024, in Toronto. Moran will receive this honor alongside long-time NASCAR Pinty’s Series competitor Mark Dilley.

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