Voting Day to elect the 2021 class for the NASCAR Hall of Fame has been postponed.
The annual gathering of the Hall’s voting panel had been scheduled May 20th in Charlotte, North Carolina. On Monday, a NASCAR spokesperson confirmed that Voting Day had been pushed to an as-yet-undetermined date. FOX Sports first reported the news.
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This year’s vote is scheduled to be the first under new guidelines for enshrinement. Three legends — two from a Modern Era ballot of 10 nominees, and one from a Pioneer ballot of five — will be elected. Previous classes have been composed of five members each.
Fan voting for the 2021 class is open and will continue until a rescheduled Voting Day. Fans can cast their ballot here; the tabulated results will count as one vote from the panel.