Four races were held on the 1950 circuit. First place in the sixty-mile main event went to Jim Kimberly driving a Ferrari Tipo 166.
Marker donated by: Augie Pabst in honor of Briggs Cunningham and Alfred Momo.
Historic Race . . . — — Map (db m46187) HM
John Fitch drove Cunninghams to victory in the 1951 and 1952 200-mile main events. Phil Hill won the 1952 100-mile Sheldon Cup race driving a C-type Jaguar.
Marker donated by: Jaguar North America in honor of Phil Hill and John Fitch.
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Named for Steven H. Briggs who in 1950 exited the course to the left at high speed in his Jaguar XK-120 and was saved from serious injury by his windscreen.
Marker donated by: Mike Froh, Susie White, John Langenfeld, Lynn . . . — — Map (db m40853) HM
Named for Robert "Sid" Dickens who raced in an MG-TC. Ted Boynton lost concentration here in 1952 resulting in an excursion into a blueberry patch.
Marker donated by: Tom and Bea Hollfelder · Tiger Racing.
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The Village of Elkhart Lake and the roads surrounding Elkhart Lake hosted open-road sports car racing in 1950, 1951 and 1952. The races were sponsored by the Sports Car Club of America, organized by SCCA members Jim Kimberly, . . . — — Map (db m195681) HM
Named for Corwith "Corky" and Joan Hamill who raced a Mercury Allard. Joan took second place in the 1950 ladies race.
Marker donated by: Guy, Clyde and David Morter in honor of AEF Vets who brought us road racing.
Historic Race . . . — — Map (db m40943) HM
Named for sports car and racing enthusiast James S. Kimberly who more than any other person was responsible for bringing open road racing to Elkhart Lake.
Marker donated by: Steve Knauf.
Historic Race Circuits of Elkhart Lake listed . . . — — Map (db m46300) HM
Named for D. Cameron Peck president of the Chicago Region SCCA in 1950. A well-known collector of antique cars, he judged the concours events.
Marker donated by: John Lamm in loving memory of Dorothy and Paul Lamm.
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The first high-speed straightaway on the 1951-52 circuit, named for its proximity to the former Joliet School in use until 1958.
Marker donated by: Chapple Family Trust and Mark F. Pfaller II.
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In 1949, this building was the home of the Bank of Elkhart Lake where representatives of the SCCA met with Bank President James Johnson to discuss holding sports car road races in and around the Village of Elkhart Lake.
With Johnsons backing, the . . . — — Map (db m120499) HM
Named for Charles "Ted" Boynton who won the 1950 over 1500cc novice race driving an MG-TC and raced a Frazer-Nash LeMans Replica in 1951-52.
Marker donated by: Elkhart Lake Improvement Association · Established 1964.
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The Mission: Promote the Increased Use and Appreciation of the Unique Beauty of the Broughton Sheboygan Marsh Through Education and RecreationThe Marsh
The Broughton Sheboygan Marsh Park and Wildlife Area is the prominent . . . — — Map (db m46360) HM
The first sharp corner on the 1951-52 circuit where the road sloped away from the apex making it one of the most dangerous and challenging turns.
Marker donated by: Siebkens Resort in memory of Ollie Siebken Moeller
Historic Race . . . — — Map (db m46258) HM
In the era before disk brakes, this corner was one of the most difficult on the 1950 circuit, due to its location at the end of a long downhill straight.
Marker donated by: Tom and Sharon Malloy and Tom Malloy Collection.
Historic . . . — — Map (db m40835) HM
This walkway rests on the bed of lower Lake Street over which sports cars raced in 1951 and 1952. It remains officially a Village Street.
Marker donated by: The Osthoff Resort.
Historic Race Circuits of Elkhart Lake listed on the . . . — — Map (db m46347) HM
The only turn used in all three road - racing years. Named for its proximity to the Sheboygan County Marsh.
Marker donated by: Jim Dentici and Carl Raclin in honor of automobile racing in God's Country.
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Named for Fred G. Wacker Jr. who drove Jim Kimberly's Healey Silverstone to a second place finish in the 1950 sixty mile main event.
Marker donated by: Elkhart Lake's Road America Inc.
Historic Race Circuits of Elkhart Lake listed . . . — — Map (db m40848) HM