Honoring Flemington Speedway’s Most Influential Persons, the inaugural recipient was Al Tasnady, and the award was renamed to honor him.
Voting for ten nominees gives a better chance for more of them to reach the two-thirds criteria, and allows for a truly democratic result.
1.) the supreme nature of the nominee’s accomplishments at (or for) Flemington Speedway
2.) the nominee’s primary identification with Flemington Speedway
3.) the consistency and duration of the nominee’s Flemington Speedway performance and service
4.) the nominee’s enthusiastic and enduring support of Flemington Speedway, professionally and personally
5.) the long term effects, beyond statistics, of the nominee’s influence on Flemington Speedway
How the Vote Works: Only current dues-paying members of FSHS are eligible to vote. Voters should take the time to learn about each nominee, and consider their Flemington career against the voting criteria. Note this is not a “Most Popular Persons” ballot. Each vote is an important privilege, and should be used for the worthiest nominees.
The top five vote-getters receiving at least 67% (a two thirds majority) of votes from this ballot will be recognized with their own Tas Award. In the unlikely event no nominee receives 67% of the vote, a provisional yes/no vote will be held for the single highest vote-getter.