In 2005, Herb received the Distinguished Engineering Alumnus Award from NCSU, plus was inducted into the SEMA Hall of Fame.In 2015, he was inducted into the Corvette Hall of Fame.
Weakness of the Ar “reservoirs” created among the clay particles by irradiation than of meaningful geologic ages.
He assembled a research and development team that led to innovations that saved thousands of lives.
His team studied accidents on the race track with test dummies, pioneered black box recorders in Indy Cars, roof flaps and restraints in NASCAR, and structural and impact absorption improvements used in almost every form of racing.
Fishel has received many awards for his contributions to motorsports.
He was named by Hot Rod magazine as one of the “100 Most Important People In The First 50 years of Hot Rod (1997),” and RACER magazine as one of the “Most Influential People In Racing From 1996-1999.” He was presented with the “Spirit of Le Mans” award by the race organizers (2003), and drove the pace car at the 2003 Indy 500.