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NASCAR America: Steve Letarte reflects on mentor Ray Evernham's Hall of Fame selection

Steve Letarte learned the sport of NASCAR from a number of different individuals.

But no one compares to Letarte’s greatest mentor, Ray Evernham, who was selected earlier this week as one of five individuals that will enter the NASCAR Hall of Fame in its 2018 class. 60 more words

Slugger Labbe reacts to 2018 NASCAR Hall class; worked with 4 of 5 inductees

On Thursday’s edition of NASCAR America, veteran NASCAR Cup crew chief Slugger Labbe reflected upon the announcement of the 2018 NASCAR Hall of Fame class. 49 more words

Ron Hornaday Jr.'s Hall of Fame election aided by champion who slept on his couch

CONCORD, N.C. — Ron Hornaday’s Jr. election to the NASCAR Hall of Fame’s 2018 class wasn’t a lock.

For just the second time in the institution’s nine-year history, the vote for the final spot in the class resulted in a tie. 590 more words

Long: Hall of Fame moment is special for father and son

CHARLOTTE — Sleep has not come easy for Doug Yates in some time.

It has only gotten worse lately.

He can’t stop thinking of his father, Robert, who battles liver cancer. 806 more words

Four-time Truck Series champion Ron Hornaday Jr. elected to NASCAR Hall of Fame (video)

With 38 percent of the vote, Ron Hornaday Jr. was elected to the NASCAR Hall of Fame’s 2018 class.

Hornaday, 58, is a four-time champion of the Camping World Truck Series and holds the series’ wins record with 51 victories. 118 more words

Ray Evernham, leader of the 'Rainbow Warriors,' elected to NASCAR Hall of Fame (video)

With 52 percent of the vote, Ray Evernham was elected to the NASCAR Hall of Fame’s 2018 class.

Evernham, 59, was the crew chief for Jeff Gordon and the “Rainbow Warriors” when they won three Cup Series championships from 1995-1998. 148 more words

Red Byron, NASCAR's first champion, voted into Hall of Fame (video)

With 74 percent of the vote, Red Byron was selected to the 2018 NASCAR Hall of Fame class.

Byron, who died in 1960 at 45, was NASCAR’s first race winner and champion. 67 more words