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Chronological NASCAR SPRINT CUP photos:

Car owner and crew chief Waddell Wilson shares a laugh with former NASCAR champion Ned Jarrett Two-time championship car owner and Hall of Fame nominee Bud Moore greets NASCAR President Mike Helton
NASCAR Vice President of Corporate Communications, Jim Hunter presents nominees Radio personality Barney Hall, NASCAR Hall of Fame Executive Director Winston Kelley, former President/General Manager of Lowe's Motor Speedway Humpy Wheeler, Martinsville Speedway President Clay Campbell look on
Longtime promoter and former President/General Manager of Lowe's Motor Speedway Humpy Wheeler, former driver and car owner Junior Johnson, and NASCAR Vice President of Corporate Communications Jim Hunter The NASCAR Hall of Fame voting panel, consisting of 50 members (the entire Nominating Committee, 14 media members, four manufacturer representatives, nine retired competitors including drivers, owners, crew chiefs and two recognized industry leaders) pose
NASCAR Hall of Fame Executive Director Winston Kelley gives a tour to the voting panel NASCAR visionary Bill France Sr. was the first inductee announced as part of the inaugural Hall of Fame class by his grandson and Chairman and CEO Brian France
NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France looks on after announcing his father Bill France Jr. was in the NASCAR Hall of Fame Guests and media view a video of NASCAR legend Junior Johnson following the announcement of being elected into the NASCAR Hall of Fame
NASCAR Vice President of Corporate Communications Jim Hunter watches a video of Dale Earnhardt after he was selected to the NASCAR Hall of Fame NASCAR Hall of Fame inductee Richard Petty speaks to the media after being named to the inaugural class of the NASCAR Hall of Fame
Teresa Earnhardt, wife of Dale Earnhardt Sr. speaks to SPEED after the announcement of the NASCAR Hall of Fame Inductions NASCAR visionary Bill France Sr. was the first inductee announced as part of the inaugural Hall of Fame class