Hall of Fame

The Caramulo Motorfestival Hall of Fame recalls all the riders and figures of motorsport consecrated who have gone through the event from its first edition to the present day.

Kris Meeke
Known for his speed and audacity behind the wheel, Kris Meeke has a record that includes five wins in the World Rally Championship
Jean-Philippe Imparato
The current executive director of Alfa Romeo and a exective team member of Stellantis
Carlos Tavares
Driver and CEO of Stellantis, the fourth largest automotive group in the world, formed from the merger of PSA and FCA
Rui Madeira
Considered five times the “Best Portuguese” in the queen of rallies in Portugal
Nuno Rodrigues da Silva
Nuno Rodrigues da Silva was recognized by the FPAK in 2010, when he received the "Career Award"
Ricardo Teodósio
From 2022, the bi-champion National Rally started to wear the colors of Team Hyundai Portugal
José Pedro Fontes
He has already competed in several aspects of motor sport, achieving several national titles
Rufino Fontes
He won the title of National Speed ​​Champion in 1979 and 1983 and participated on several occasions in Rampa do Caramulo
Joaquim Santos
Famous Portuguese driver from Team Diabolique, who won five National Rally Championship titles
Veloso Amaral
He has a long sports career after having driven in about 400 events
José Lameiro
Bi-champion national of Rally Cross (PTRX), driving the Skoda R5 Super Car
Hipólito Pires
Hipólito Pires was one of the creators of Portaro, in 1975, the first Portuguese Off-Road
Joaquim Rino
Joaquim Rino and his BRC CM 05 Evo are synonymous with speed
Mário Silva
He excelled in speed trials on circuits and on ramps, with several appearances and titles in various trophies, including classic car trials
Pedro Villas-Boas
It is considered a reference name in the all-terrain modality
Rita Vieira
The BAJAS World Champion - Female and Junior and Enduro National Champion - Female made her debut in the competition at the age of 8
Eduardo Carpinteiro Albino
Participates in the Portuguese Championship of New Energies - Prio
Bernardo Sousa
Rally driver born in Madeira, having previously competed in Karting. Started his career in rallies in 2006, being national champion in 2010
André Vieira
Passionate about cars, his dream is to take the portuguese flag to international podiums
António Araújo Pereira
António Araújo Pereira was an important personality in sports and automotive trade
Nuno Caetano
A rider who likes challenges and who already has two participations in the Isle of Man TT
Ricardo Megre
He won 11 championships throughout his career
Hugo Lopes
Competes since 2018 in the Peugeot Rally Cup Iberica
João Silva
Born in the two-wheeled world, João Silva, with only 17 years is the three-time National Champion of Moto Trial
José Sequeira
In his record he has the titles of National Champion Open 2 in 2011, Senior in 2012 and Elite in 2013
Francisco Sande e Castro
Francisco Sande e Castro became European Champion of the Citroën Trophy in 1994
Emerson Fittipaldi
Emerson Fittipaldi is a bi-champion Formula 1 world, having won the title in the 1972 and 1974 seasons
Markku Alén
This Finnish driver won 19 rallies over his career, five of them in Portugal.
Valentino Balboni
Serving the company for over 40 years, he is considered one of the world's best specialists in Lamborghini
Nicha Cabral
Nicha Cabral was the first Portuguese to race in Formula 1, in 1959
Fritz d’Orey
Fritz d'Orey was the first driver with a Brazilian sports license to reach Formula 1 in the 50s
Filipe Paiva
One of the protagonists and promoters of the Trial in Portugal. It competes since 2002 and is the current number 3 of the National Ranking
António Peixinho
António Peixinho was one of the glories of Portuguese motorsport, winning numerous competitions in Portugal and Angola
Ernesto Neves
One of the legends of Portuguese motorsport, having won 9 titles in the national Speed
Cyril Neveu
Cyril Neveu was the first competitor to win the Dakar Rally in the motorcycle category in 1979
Fernando Batista
Fernando Batista has passed through several categories of Portuguese motorsport, from the races of speed, rally, skills and autocross
Pedro Lamy
Pedro Lamy was the first Portuguese driver to score in Formula 1, with an enviable career on the biggest stages of the Resistance
Armindo Araújo
Armindo Araújo is the most respected Portuguese rally driver of all time
Filipe Albuquerque
Filipe Albuquerque achieved victory in the LMP2 category of the 24 Hours of Le Mans and was World Endurance Champion in 2020
Manuel Gião
Manuel Gião is one of the most successful Portuguese speed drivers ever, internationally
André Villas-Boas
André Villas-Boas is an illustrious football coach, nurturing a passion for classic and sports cars
Rui Ramalho
Rui Ramalho is the record holder of the Caramulo Ramp layout, established in 2017
Pedro Salvador
Veteran and several times National Mountain Champion knows the Caramulo Ramp as the palms of his hands
Bruno Magalhães
Bruno Magalhães was Absolute National Rally Champion from 2007 to 2009
João Rôlo
A driver with a unique spirit of adventure and a fervent passion for motor sports
Duarte Cancella de Abreu
Founded DCA Public Relations, promoting piltos such as Pedro Matos Chaves, Pedro Couceiro and Tiago Monteiro
Ricardo Sousa
Ricardo Sousa is the winner of the Rally de Portugal, in the two-wheel drive category
Diniz Borges
Diniz Borges is the first and only Portuguese to score in the SSP300 category at the World Superbikes
Rodrigo Gallego
Rodrigo Gallego crowned FIA World Champion in 2004
Joaquim Jorge
Joaquim Jorge is National Champion of Speed Classics, in the category Historical 76, always faithful to his Ford Escort RS 1600
Adalberto Melim
The Madeiran driver became, from an early age, an enthusiast of the automotive world. As a pilot, he regularly participates in several classic races
António Nogueira
António Nogueira is known as one of the best and most enthusiastic gentlemen drivers of national motorsport
Rodrigo Correia
Rodrigo Correia is the youngest rally driver in Portugal
João Louro
The work of the artist João Louro refers to an aesthetic and imaginary associated with the sensation of speed and adrenaline
João Fonseca
João Fonseca won the absolute title of the Portugal Mountain Championship JC Group in 2015 and 2019
Ivo Lopes
Made his debut in 2023 at the Superbike World Championship after winning the Spanish ESBK Speed Championship
Eduardo Veiga
Eduardo Veiga is one of the national off-road reference drivers
Alex Laranjeira
He competed during the 80s and 90s in the National Superbike Championship, reaching an enviable range
Pedro Bianchi Prata
Pedro Bianchi Silver is 3 times World Champion of Bajas, and 12 times finalist of the Dakar Rally
Carlos Palma
Carlos Palma worked 45 years at BMW as a Test Driver for the Development Department
Edgar Reis
Edgar Reis was National Mountain Champion, in the GT category
Luís Lisboa
As a navigator, he participated in more than 150 rallies, with 13 participations in the Rally of Portugal and 11 races to count for the WRC
Elisabete Jacinto
Elisabete Jacinto is one of the first women in the world to have completed the Paris-Dakar rally by driving a truck
Hermano Sobral
Hermano Sobral has one of the most complete careers in the motor world, having competed on two and four wheels
Marco Martins
The driver of Autocross and Rallycross demonstrated, from an early age, the passion for automobiles that boosted his desire to compete
Abel Marques
Abel Marques is a regular presence at the National Championships of Speed and Mountain Classics, with the emblematic Autobianchi A112
Inês Ponte
Inês Ponte is the first woman National Rally Champion, achieved in 2016, while navigator
Diogo Gago
Diogo Gago became the winner of the Junior category of the "Volant Peugeot" in 2014
Rafael Lobato
Rafael Lobato has already passed the Ralicross and the National Speed Championships in Sport-prototypes and Tourism
Ferreira da Silva
One of the few national drivers who has gone through almost all the modalities of Motorsport in Portugal
José Leite
José Leite is pluri-National Speed Champion, in the category Motorcycles 125cc
Ninni Russo
He made his debut in the competition in 1968 as co-pilot of Alcide Paganelli at the Rally dei Fiori
Rosário Sottomayor
Rosario Sottomayor is the most successful Portuguese Speed driver
António Rodrigues
During his 19-year career, António Rodrigues became one of the most successful drivers in Portuguese motorsport
Ni Amorim
He began to compete in speed races and rallies in 1982, dedicating himself to international and national tourism championships
Albino Abrantes
One of the most versatile Portuguese drivers, over the years has driven the most varied cars, with very positive results
Edgar Fortes
He started his competitive career in speed, becoming National Group 1 Champion for four years, driving a Simca Rallye 3
António Barros
Son of the famous pilot António Barros, winner of the first edition of Rampa do Caramulo, held in 1979
Alcides Petiz
The multifaceted driver started his career in the 70s, having raced in different cars and disputed several trophies
Tiago Magalhães
National Champion in several categories, Tiago Magalhães runs in Aprilia Portugal Racing Team
Filipe Lourenço
Race at Aprilia Portugal Racing Team where he fights for the Motoval Trophy title
João Diogo Silva
João Diogo Silva won the Iberian Motoval Trophy 2017, and currently races for Eni Aprilia Portugal Racing Team
Afonso Almeida
With only 12 years he participates for the third consecutive year in the Oliveira Trophy, fighting for the podium places