The ultimate honour
Motorsport New Zealand’s recognition of the history of racing goes from strength to strength. The Wall of Fame retains its status as the ultimate honour; however, in 2014, the Heritage Awards was introduced, and seven new inductees were announced at the big-bash dinner at the end of May.
Two heritage awards were presented posthumously, to and Bill Stone. Both men had Cooper, Brabham, and Mclaren in common — Bill raced versions of all three (his Mclaren experience was in the form of a highly frustrating M4A F3 car in Europe in 1969) before going on to become the first employee of March and