A Legendary Decade:
The First 50 Inductees
Please note, this exhibit will be temporarily unavailable May 12-23.
The first decade of the NASCAR Hall of Fame was all about celebrating the accomplishments of the legends of NASCAR racing.
10 Classes, 10 Race Cars
Recognizing the founding fathers and pioneers to the superstar drivers, mechanics and owners who built the sport.
From 2010 to 2019, the Hall of Fame inducted 50 legendary individuals who played key roles in helping NASCAR become the dominant force in American motorsports. We celebrated their successes and accomplishments by sharing their stories with our guests. With this exhibit, we recognize the first 10 classes of the Hall of Fame by bringing back one car from each class and continuing to celebrate the indelible marks all 50 inductees left on NASCAR throughout its long and rich history.
Each class will be highlighted by an Inductee and car. Additionally, the exhibit will feature panels exploring the other 40 vehicles used to honor the inductees.
2010 Highlight: Bill France's 1932 Ford
2011 Highlight: Ned Jarrett's 1964 Ford Galaxie
2012 Highlight: Richie Evans' 1973 Ford Pinto
2013 Highlight: Cotton Owens' 1964 Dodge Polara
2014 Highlight: Jack Ingram's 1972 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
2015 Highlight: Wendell Scott's 1962 Chevrolet Impala
2016 Highlight: Terry Labonte's 1996 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
2017 Highlight: Mark Martin's 1998 Ford Taurus
2018 Highlight: Ron Hornaday Jr.'s 2009 Chevy Silverado
2019 Highlight: Davey Allison's 1989 Ford Thunderbird