Five new members were added to the board of directors.
The diverse Class of 2022 includes trailblazers and icons who defied personal, professional, and cultural odds to bring their immeasurable contributions to the automotive industry.
Laurent Borne joined Stoneridge in 2018 as chief technology officer and was named Electronics Division president in 2019.
Four new members will be inducted at the 2020 Induction & Awards Ceremony to be held July 23 in Detroit.
During his three-year board term, Long will help oversee the Hall of Fame’s financial direction and help preserve the mission of the prestigious organization.
Along with industry luminaries Ed Welburn and Jack Roush, Bombassei took his place among the most honored automotive industrialists from around the world.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the first Automotive Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in 1967, a class which included automotive icons Henry Ford, Alfred Sloan, William Durant and Walter Chrysler.