CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - When NASCAR announced it was creating a Hall of Fame, Ned Jarrett made a commitment to live long enough to be inducted.
Jarrett didn't have to wait long. He's part of the five-member second class that will be inducted Monday night.
The class also includes 105-race winner David Pearson and 84-race winner Bobby Allison. Also in the class is Petty Enterprises patriarch and three-time Cup champion Lee Petty, as well as Bud Moore, a decorated World War II veteran and two-time Cup championship team owner.
Lee Petty is the only deceased member of the class. His introduction into the hall will be done by a video narrated by former President George H.W. Bush.

Recent NASCAR Discussions

Advance Auto Parts Clash Betting News and Notes on Sun, Feb 2017 by Michael Cash
2017 NASCAR Changes on Wed, Feb 2017 by Michael Cash
Can-Am 500 Betting News and Notes on Sun, Nov 2016 by Blade
AAA Texas 500 Betting News and Notes on Thu, Nov 2016 by Blade

NASCAR Odds

Driver Odds
Odds to Win the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup 2017 Championship
Kevin Harvick #4 +650
Jimmie Johnson #48 +700
Martin Truex, Jr. #78 +850
Joey Logano #22 +850
Kyle Busch #18 +850

Nascar Top Stories

Thumbnail Earnhardt Jr. Favored in Daytona 500 Despite missing the better part of the 2016 NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series season, Dale Earnhardt Jr. is the early favorite to win the 2017...
Thumbnail Daytona 500 Odds We are about a month away from the 2017 Daytona 500. Here is an early look at the odds to win the race.