2018 NASCAR Hall of Fame Class Very Deserving

In some years, controversy surrounds selections for sports hall of fames. That's not the case here. It's an impressive group that makes up the 2018 NASCAR Hall of Fame class. Robert "Red" Byron- The World War II combat veteran won NASCAR's first Strictly Stock race and went on to become NASCAR's first champion. A shrapnel wound badly damaged one of Byron's legs, and NASCAR innovator Red Vogt fitted the driver with a special apparatus to enable him to use his clutch. Sadly, poor health mad ...

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Who Should Be Next In The NASCAR Hall of Fame?

The 2017 NASCAR Hall of Fame class has been announced. Props for finally getting Raymond Parks in. If you ask me, he should have been among the first. Benny Parson was also overdue. I'm glad to see Mark Martin's wait wasn't long. We all knew rick Hendrick and Richard Childress would be there sooner rather than later. So who should be next in the NASCAR Hall of Fame? There's still certainly a number of worthy remaining candidates. These five would get my vote for 2018....... Ken Squier- ...

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The Southern 500 Was A Tape Measure Blast

In a world where a big event seldom lives up to the hype, the Southern 500 at Darlington was blast to the deepest bleachers. "He hit that ball right on the sweet spot of the bat......" The Southern 500 was a driver's race. The contenders had to race their hearts out and the pretenders just got left behind- no blind squirrel winners here. It was interesting to watch line selection throughout the race and the nose-to-tale chasing at break neck speeds. The new, low downforce package is tw ...

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