The Nascars hall of fame class has new additions and they are Ron Hornaday Jr., Jack Roush, Ricky Rudd, Ken Squier and Waddell Wilson. All of them have strong profile with respect to the national NASCAR series. Including 15 others who were already nominated, the list now reaches 20, 5 out of which will be elected on 25th May.
Ron Hornaday Jr., Jack Roush, Ricky Rudd, Ken Squier and Waddell Wilson are joining 15 holdovers as nominees for the 2017 NASCAR Hall of Fame class.
NASCAR announced the additions Wednesday.
Hornaday is a four-time Truck Series champion. Roush has the most owner wins (322) in NASCAR national series history. Rudd held the consecutive starts record until Jeff Gordon broke it last year. Squier is a legendary motorsports broadcasting pioneer. And Wilson is a three-time premier series champion engine builder and three-time Daytona 500-winning crew chief.
The returning nominees are Buddy Baker, Red Byron, Richard Childress, Ray Evernham, Ray Fox, Rick Hendrick, Harry Hyde, Alan Kulwicki, Mark Martin, Hershel McGriff, Raymond Parks, Benny Parsons, Larry Phillips, Mike Stefanik and Robert Yates.