E. P. Ingersoll Award
The E. P. Ingersoll Award is given for the best presentation of automotive history in other than print media.
This award pays tribute to Edward Platt Ingersoll (1861 – 1920) who pioneered the automotive magazine Horseless Age as its editor. This monthly journal was first published in November 1895 within a month of the The Motorcycle which started in October 15, 1895 and is acknowledged as the earliest American automotive magazine. Horseless Age has transitioned through several names and is now known as Automotive Industries.
Below are the recipients of the award for each year:
Steve Salami, for the Indie Auto website www.indieauto.org
Howard Kroplick, for the Vanderbilt Cup Races website www.VanderbiltCupRaces.com
William Dunbar, for the Chevrolet Brothers website www.ChevroletBrothers.com
Don Hoke, for the Virtual Steam Car Museum www.virtualsteamcarmuseum.org
Racemaker Press, O’Keefe Winners Database, published online.
“The Greatest Auto Race on Earth,” Frame 30 Productions, Ltd., Michael Hamm, producer, director and writer; Kerrie Long, producer.
Automotive Research Services, Terry Dunham, developer and manager.
“Victory by Design,” Filmplan, Ltd., Tony Maylam, director and writer.
“For Gold and Glory: Charlie Wiggins and the African American Racing Car Circuit,” WFYI Productions, Todd Gould, author and producer.
PreWarCar.com, Joris Bergsma, founder and editor
The Woodward Dream Cruise
Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance
“The (new) Cadillac Database” www.car-nection.com/yann/, Yann Saunders, compiler and webmaster.
Fall Hershey – Hershey Region, Antique Automobile Club of America
“Automobiles,” television series of The History Channel, Michael Rose, producer, director, and writer
“The Rare, Racy and Beautiful,” nine-part video series of Lounge Lizard Films, Scott Forsman producer, director and writer.
“Driving Passion,” Parts 1 and 2, video series of Turner Home Entertainment, Judith Quain, writer/producer.
“The Men Who Started It All,” audio tape production of Principle Publishing Company, Robert C. Jones author and producer
“Wheels of Change…How Trucking Changed America,” a video presentation of American Film Works, John Connor and Steve Mohl, co-producers.
“The History of the Automobile,” a six-part video production of British Petroleum Corp., Bill Mason, producer