5 Top NASCAR Hall of Fame Snubs

  Two-time champion Terry Labonte, modified super stud Jerry Cook, NASCAR emperasario Bruton Smith, the "Babe Ruth of NASCAR" Curtis Turner and 1970 champion Bobby Isaac were named as the latest inductees in the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Taking nothing from these men are just as notable individuals still waiting their turn. In fact, you talk to some fans, and they are shaking their heads that they continue to wait. Fan favorite Benny Parsons remains on the waiting list for the NASCAR H ...

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Who Should Enter The NASCAR Hall Of Fame in 2016?

  The first few ballots for the NASCAR Hall of Fame were no brainers. You had to know the wait to get Richard Petty, Dale Earnhardt, David Pearson, Big Bill France and others like them were just a matter of time. The voting is open for fans to weigh in on the NASCAR HOF Class of 2016. A look at the list reveals a number of worthy candidates, and yet it’s not necessarily easy to say “(This Guy) has to get in now!” Many on this list will be enshrined eventually, but it does become a ...

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NASCAR Recap: Daytona Weekend

So is there anything to talk about on the quiet night of the Daytona 500 weekend? There are a million places to start, so let's look at winners and losers from one of the more memorable Friday nights in NASCAR history. (more...) ...

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Happy Birthday to A Living NASCAR Legend

Who is the best of all-time in NASCAR? The popular choice is the "man who could see air;" of course, we speak of the late Dale Earnhardt. Most famous for his intimidating ways, the seven-time champion could rally from laps down to win and do perform feats of renown. Others would opine the greatest was none other than "The King," Richard Petty. He dominated the NASCAR scene, and has been a longstanding goodwill ambassador. A living legend celebrates a birthday this week, and some may argue he ...

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History Makers, Legends Comprise Hall of Fame Class

Diverse. In every sense of the word, the 2015 NASCAR Hall of Fame class is diverse, with a little something for every kind of racing fan, from the old timers to fans of more recent vintage. It's not easy being first; Wendell Scott knew that. NASCAR's first African-American to win a NASCAR Grand National race overcame humble beginnings and prejudice to earn his place in racing history. Scott came of age in segregated drinking fountains, segregrated restrooms and even segregated schools. It ...

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