Texas, besides a late-race pass for the lead was regarded by many as boring
The Hall of Fame supposed to celebrate the people who are the best in the history of NASCAR has been reduced to the best who haven’t wronged the Frances.
Sometimes making history comes quietly, and what Wendell Scott did for NASCAR is irreplaceable.
At first glance, when little more than a month ago the NASCAR Hall of Fame 21-member Nominating Committee released its list of 25 candidates eligible for enshrinement into the inaugural Hall of Fame class, it appeared to be a pretty comprehensive list of the sports legends. The committee compiled its list of possible inductees from …