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NASCAR Hall of Fame fan vote opens

It’s time to get your voting finger in shape. The fan vote for the 2019 NASCAR Hall of Fame class is now open.

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NASCAR Hall of Fame; Photo Credit: nascarhall.com

Located about a minute walk from the Charlotte Convention Center, the NASCAR Hall of Fame opened its doors to the public in May 2010. 395 more words

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NASCAR Releases 2019 Class HOF Nominees

On March 6 the NASCAR Hall of Fame revealed the drivers who are eligible for induction into the Hall in 2019.

A panel of members of NASCAR, the NASCAR Hall of Fame, track owners, and the media released a list of 20 nominees including five who are eligible for the first time. 269 more words

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Jeff Gordon Among New Nominees For NASCAR Hall Of Fame

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Jeff Gordon is among the new nominees up for induction into the NASCAR Hall of Fame next year.

The four-time NASCAR champion was added to the list of 20 nominees in the first year Gordon was eligible. 145 more words


NASCAR America at 5 p.m. ET: Hall of Fame nominees, Scan All

Today is a big day on NASCAR America, which airs from 5-6 p.m. ET on NBCSN.

Krista Voda hosts with Kyle Petty and Dale Jarrett in Stamford, Connecticut. 209 more words

Martin Truex Jr.: 'Blows my mind' may one day be in NASCAR Hall of Fame

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina — It didn’t hit Martin Truex Jr. until just before Christmas.

At some point, the 2017 Cup Series champion likely will be inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame. 467 more words

Robert Yates left us with a beautiful gift: his NASCAR Hall of Fame acceptance speech

Dale Jarrett cried beforehand while preparing. Edsel Ford II cried during, as did countless attendees at Friday night’s annual NASCAR Hall of Fame induction.

They cried not just about the induction of legendary team owner and engine building genius Robert Yates, but also the touching and profound words Yates left as his legacy. 1,543 more words