Ron Fellows Corvette C5-R
There might be an American flag on the driver’s-side door of this Corvette C5.R, but this race car is an icon in Canadian racing history.
One of the car’s co-drivers was Ron Fellows. Perhaps the most accomplished Canadian racecar driver ever, he’s now part owner of Canadian Tire Motorsports Park (formerly Mosport), where he’s known as the Mayor of Mosport. A long-time driver in the American Le Mans Series, he’s also done some NASCAR racing.
In 2001, Fellows and his teammates won the GTS class in the 24-hours of Le Mans. To date he’s the only Canadian to have won the storied endurance race.
The highlight of the Ren Fellows exhibit, numerous other race cars make up the display, from stock cars to a prototype Ferrari.