SpeedTour All-Star Driver Bio: Ron Fellows

With a career spanning decades, countless victories and a relentless pursuit of excellence, Ron Fellows is a true motorsports icon.
From dominating in Trans Am with 20 wins, to conquering the 24 Hours of Le Mans twice in the GTS class, his impact on the sport is undeniable. He isn’t just an overall winner at the Rolex 24 at Daytona, three-time American Le Mans Series champion, but a versatile competitor who also thrived in both NASCAR and endurance racing.
“Mr. Corvette” actually scored his lone Lime Rock victory in a Ford, winning the 1992 Duracell Trans-Am in the AER Ford Mustang. The Canadian joined Johnny O’Connell to finish second behind Corvette Racing teammates in both the 2004 and 2005 ALMS races, driving the No. 3 Corvette C6. In 2008, Fellows and Jan Magnussen shared the Banner Racing Pontiac GXP.R in Grand-Am Memorial Day competition. Fellows spun while leading with three laps remaining, recovering to finish fourth.
Even after retiring from racing, his passion for the sport continues with the Ron Fellows Performance Driving School at Spring Mountain, ongoing support of youth karting in Canada and co-ownership at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park—the leading racing and automotive performance facility in Canada—ensuring his legacy extends beyond his accomplishments on track.
Can Fellows return to the Lime Rock Park Winners Circle once again? See him ignite the competition at the SpeedTour All-Star race at Lime Rock Park, July 19-20.
For tickets to the inaugural SpeedTour All-Star Race at Lime Rock Park visit: https://limerock.com/events/speedtour/
About the SpeedTour All-Star Race
The SpeedTour All-Star Race brings together an unprecedented gathering of motorsports legends to race at Lime Rock Park July 19-20. Gathering icons from Formula 1, NASCAR, INDYCAR and IMSA, the SpeedTour All-Star Race will pair all-star drivers with competitors from the Trans Am Series presented by Pirelli’s CUBE 3 Architecture TA2 Series to compete as co-drivers in a 60-minute race that will air live on MAVTV.
In addition to the SpeedTour All-Star race, the two-day event will include racing from Sportscar Vintage Racing Association (SVRA), Prototype Sprint Series Association presented by Hankook (PSSA), Canada’s Nissan Sentra Cup, and F1600 Canada.