Hall of Fame Class of 2012
May 22, 2013, NASCAR.com
The third class in the NASCAR Hall of Fame was inducted in late January, with a cast of characters that included some of the sport’s most prominent names.
The induction saw a legendary crew chief, two great champions of racing, a driver whose streak in NASCAR Modified is unparalled, and a founding member of one of NASCAR's historic racing teams.
A three-time NASCAR premier series champion (1981-82, ’85), Waltrip won all three with legendary driver/owner Junior Johnson. Waltrip is tied with Bobby Allison for fourth all-time in series victories with 84. His 59 poles rank fifth all-time in NASCAR Sprint Cup history. | Read full story | Watch video
Glen Wood laid the foundation for the famed Wood Brothers racing team as a driver in the NASCAR premier series. Competing on a semi-regular basis, mostly at tracks close to his southern Virginia home, Wood won four times -- all at Bowman-Gray Stadium in Winston-Salem, N.C. | Read full story | Watch video
As competitive as the sport has always been, NASCAR has had very few dynasties. Cale Yarborough’s reign in the late 1970s, though, was one of them. | Read full story | Watch video
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