I guess what bothers me the most about this year’s list of nominees is a lot of fans simply don’t know who they are.
NASCAR is in a bit of a precarious situation with announcing this many people and only five Hall of Fame spots on hand every year.
T. Wayne Robertson probably did more to make NASCAR a household name than anyone else in the history of the sport not named France.
I mentioned in the TV column a week or so back that the last time I was on a pit crew, we had side windows, quarter glass and wing vents. That led to a phone call asking “When were you on a pit crew?” Well, this is really driven to the past, because the last …
Fireball Roberts was one of the greatest drivers in NASCAR history to never win a championship.
Fred Lorenzen got started early in racing’s golden era as well, having built his first car when he was 13 years old.