FOR CLASS OF 2021, NASCAR HALL OF FAME INDUCTION CEREMONY WORTH THE WAIT
Members of the 2021 NASCAR Hall of Fame class anticipated their induction for more than a year, but the wait didn’t make Friday night’s ceremony any less special. It only elevated the moment.
“It was better than I imagined,” Dale Earnhardt Jr. said.
Earnhardt headlined the class of inductees, which included accomplished racers Red Farmer and the late Mike Stefanik. The ceremony was postponed to 2022 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, so when the blue jackets and shiny rings were finally bestowed in Uptown Charlotte, and the event was completed Friday, what was long-known became official: The NASCAR greats, including one of the sport’s most well-known and well-liked figures, were Hall of Famers. They celebrated with a crowd.Read More