The following is a list of members of the NASCAR Hall of Fame. A total of 58 individuals have been inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame. 43 were inducted as drivers, 24 of whom were inducted solely as drivers. The other 19 were inducted for their accomplishments as drivers, owners and/or broadcasters. 8 were inducted for their roles as owners in the sport. 4 were inducted as promoters of the sport. 4 members were inducted as crew chiefs.

Inductees into the Hall of Fame

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Inaugural class (2010)

Person Image Role Notes
Dale Earnhardt
Driver and owner 7-time Cup drivers champion, 76 race wins, 281 top-5s, 428 top-10s, 22 poles, 1998 Daytona 500 winner, 3-time Coca-Cola 600 winner, 1995 Brickyard 400 winner, 3-time Southern 500 winner, 3-time All-Star Race winner, leads drivers in wins at Atlanta Motor Speedway (9) and Talladega Superspeedway (10), 1979 Rookie of the Year, founder of Dale Earnhardt, Inc., named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)
Bill France Sr. Promoter Founder and chairman of NASCAR and International Speedway Corporation, helped build Daytona International Speedway and Talladega Superspeedway.
Bill France Jr. Promoter Chairman of NASCAR and ISC, helped bring NASCAR to live television broadcasts
Junior Johnson
Driver and owner 50 race wins as a driver, 121 top-5s, 148 top-10s, 46 poles as a driver, 1960 Daytona 500 winner, founder of Junior Johnson & Associates, 6-time Cup owners champion, 132 wins as an owner, leads drivers in wins at Hickory Motor Speedway (7), named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998), credited with pioneering aerodynamic drafting in NASCAR.
Richard Petty
Driver, owner and broadcaster 7-time Cup drivers champion, 200 race wins, 555 top-5s, 712 top-10s, 123 poles, 7-time Daytona 500 winner, 2-time Coca-Cola 600 winner, 1967 Southern 500 winner, leads drivers in wins at Daytona International Speedway (10), Martinsville Speedway (15), Richmond International Raceway (13), Nashville Speedway (9), North Wilkesboro Speedway (15), and Rockingham Speedway (11), 1959 Rookie of the Year, record holder for most wins in a single season (1967, 27), record holder for most consecutive wins (1967, 10), named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)

Class of 2011

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Bobby Allison
Driver 1983 Cup champion, 84 race wins, 336 top-5s, 446 top-10s, 58 poles, 3-time Daytona 500 winner, 3-time Coca-Cola 600 winner, 4-time Southern 500 winner, leads drivers in wins at Riverside International Raceway (6), oldest driver to win a championship (1983, 45 years old), named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)
Ned Jarrett
Driver and broadcaster 2-time Cup drivers champion, 50 race wins, 185 top-5s, 239 top-10s, 35 poles, 1965 Southern 500 winner, holder of the farthest margin of victory (Darlington Raceway 1965, 14 laps and 2 cars lengths), named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)
Bud Moore
Owner and mechanic 2-time Cup champion as an owner, 63 race wins, founder of Bud Moore Engineering
David Pearson
Driver 3-time Cup drivers champion, 105 race wins, 301 top-5s, 336 top-10s, 113 poles, 1976 Daytona 500 winner, 3-time Coca-Cola 600 winner, 3-time Southern 500 winner, leads drivers in wins at Darlington Raceway (10) and Michigan International Speedway (9), 1960 Rookie of the Year, named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)
Lee Petty
Driver and owner 3-time Cup drivers champion, 54 race wins, 231 top-5s, 332 top-10s, 18 poles, winner of the first Daytona 500, founder of Petty Enterprises, named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)

Class of 2012

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Richie Evans
Driver 9-time Modified Tour champion, 475 race wins (estimated), only driver to have their number retired in any division (61), named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998), #1 of NASCAR's Whelen Modified All-Time Top 10 Drivers (2003)
Dale Inman
Crew chief 8-time Cup champion with Richard Petty and Terry Labonte, 193 wins
Darrell Waltrip
Driver, owner and broadcaster 3-time Cup drivers champion, 84 race wins, 276 top-5s, 390 top-10s, 59 poles, 1989 Daytona 500 winner, 5-time Coca-Cola 600 winner, 1992 Southern 500 winner, 1985 All-Star Race winner, leads drivers in wins at Bristol Motor Speedway (12), named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)
Glen Wood Driver and owner Co-founder of Wood Brothers Racing, 99 race wins as owner, 4 wins, 34 top-10s, 14 poles as driver, named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)
Cale Yarborough
Driver 3-time Cup drivers champion, 83 race wins, 255 top-5s, 319 top-10s, 69 poles, 4-time Daytona 500 winner, 5-time Southern 500 winner, named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)

Class of 2013

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Buck Baker
Driver 2-time Cup drivers champion, 46 race wins, 246 top-5s, 372 top-10s, 45 poles, 3-time Southern 500 winner, named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)
Cotton Owens Driver and owner 9 race wins, 52 top-5s, 84 top-10s, 10 poles, owned cars driven by David Pearson and Junior Johnson, named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)
Herb Thomas
Driver 2-time Cup drivers champion, 48 race wins, 122 top-5s, 156 top-10s, 39 poles, 3-time Southern 500 winner, holder of the highest winning percentage (21.053%), named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)
Rusty Wallace
Driver, broadcaster and owner 1989 Cup champion, 55 race wins, 202 top-5s, 349 top-10s, 36 poles, 1990 Coca-Cola 600 winner, 1989 All-Star Race winner, 1984 Rookie of the Year, designer of Iowa Speedway, named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)
Leonard Wood
Owner and crew chief 99 race wins as owner, 96 wins, 117 poles as crew chief, co-founder of Wood Brothers Racing, helped innovate the modern pit stop

Class of 2014

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Tim Flock
Driver 2-time Cup drivers champion, 39 race wins, 102 top-5s, 129 top-10s, 37 poles, named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)
Jack Ingram
Driver 2-time Xfinity champion, 31 race wins, 122 top-5s, 164 top-10s, 5 poles, 3-time Late Model Sportsman champion, named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)
Dale Jarrett
Driver and broadcaster 1999 Cup champion, 32 race wins, 163 top-5s, 260 top-10s, 16 poles, 3-time Daytona 500 winner, 1996 Coca-Cola 600 winner, 2-time Brickyard 400 winner, named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)
Maurice Petty Owner, crew chief, engineer and driver 200 Cup race wins, 7-time Cup champion, and 7-time Daytona 500 winner as Chief Engineer for Petty Enterprises
Fireball Roberts
Driver 33 race wins, 93 top-5s, 122 top-10s, 32 poles, 1962 Daytona 500 winner, 2-time Southern 500 winner, named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)

Class of 2015

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Bill Elliott
Driver and owner 1988 Cup champion, 44 race wins, 175 top-5s, 320 top-10s, 55 poles, 2-time Daytona 500 winner, 2002 Brickyard 400 winner, 3-time Southern 500 winner, 1986 All-Star Race winner, 1985 Winston Million winner, record holder for fastest qualifying speed (Talladega Superspeedway 1987, 212.809 mph), named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998), won NASCAR's Most Popular Driver Award a record 16 times (1984-1988, 1991-2000, 2002)
Fred Lorenzen
Driver 26 race wins, 75 top-5s, 84 top-10s, 32 poles, 1965 Daytona 500 winner, 2-time Coca-Cola 600 winner, first driver to win over $100,000 in a season (1963, $122,000), named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)
Wendell Scott
Driver 1 race win, 20 top-5s, 147 top-10s, 1 pole, first African-American driver to win a race in NASCAR's premier series
Joe Weatherly Driver 2-time Cup drivers champion, 25 race wins, 105 top-5s, 153 top-10s, 18 poles, named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)
Rex White
Driver 1960 Cup champion, 28 race wins, 110 top-5s, 163 top-10s, 36 poles, leads drivers in wins at Bowman Gray Stadium (6), named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)

Class of 2016

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Jerry Cook Driver 6-time Modified Tour Champion, 342 race wins, 26 poles, named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998), #3 of NASCAR's Whelen Modified All-Time Top 10 Drivers (2003)
Bobby Isaac
Driver 1970 Cup Champion, 37 race wins, 134 top-5s, 170 top-10s, 49 poles, record holder for most poles in a single season (1969, 20), named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)
Terry Labonte
Driver 2-time Cup drivers champion, 22 race wins, 182 top-5s, 361 top-10s, 27 poles, 2-time Southern 500 winner, 2-time All-Star Race winner, named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)
Bruton Smith Promoter Chairman and CEO of Speedway Motorsports Incorporated, helped build Charlotte Motor Speedway
Curtis Turner
Driver 17 race wins, 54 top-5s, 73 top-10s, 16 poles, 1956 Southern 500 winner, helped build Charlotte Motor Speedway, named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)

Class of 2017

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Richard Childress
Owner and driver Founder of Richard Childress Racing, 6-time Cup Champion as an owner, 76 top-10s as a driver
Rick Hendrick
Owner and driver Founder of Hendrick Motorsports, 14-time Cup Champion as an owner, record holder for most wins (280) and championships in the Cup Series as an owner
Mark Martin
Driver 40 race wins, 271 top-5s, 453 top-10s, 56 poles, 2002 Coca-Cola 600 winner, 2-time Southern 500 winner, 2-time All-Star race winner, named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998), described by ESPN as the greatest driver to not win a championship
Raymond Parks Owner NASCAR's first champion car owner (1949), 2 wins
Benny Parsons
Driver and broadcaster 1973 NASCAR Cup champion, 21 race wins, 199 top-5s, 283 top-10s, 20 poles, 1975 Daytona 500 winner, 1980 Coca-Cola 600 winner, named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)

Class of 2018

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Red Byron
Driver NASCAR's first champion driver (1949), 2 race wins, 8 top-5s, 9 top-10s, 2 poles, named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)
Ray Evernham
Crew chief, owner and broadcaster 3-time Cup champion as a crew chief for Jeff Gordon, 47 wins, founder of Evernham Motorsports, 13 wins as an owner
Ron Hornaday Jr.
Driver 4-time Truck champion, 51 race wins, 158 top-5s, 234 top-10s, 27 poles
Ken Squier Broadcaster Co-founder of Motor Racing Network, first announcer to give lap-by-lap commentary for the Daytona 500, served as lap-by-lap announcer for NASCAR on CBS and NASCAR on TBS
Robert Yates
Owner and engineer Founder of Yates Racing, 1999 Cup owners champion, 58 race wins

Class of 2019

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Davey Allison
Driver 19 race wins, 66 top-5s, 92 top-10s, 14 poles, 1992 Daytona 500 winner, 1991 Coca-Cola 600 winner, 2-time All-Star Race winner, 1987 Rookie of the Year, named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)
Jeff Gordon
Driver, owner and broadcaster 4-time Cup drivers champion, 93 race wins, 325 top-5s, 477 top-10s, 81 poles, 3-time Daytona 500 winner, 3-time Coca-Cola 600 winner, 5-time Brickyard 400 winner, 6-time Southern 500 winner, 3-time All-Star Race winner, leads drivers in wins at Indianapolis Motor Speedway (5), Pocono Raceway (6-tied), and Sonoma Raceway (5), 1993 Rookie of the Year, 1997 Winston Million winner, record holder for most consecutive starts (797), named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998), first driver to win $100 million in career earnings (2010), 9-time Cup champion as a co-owner of Hendrick Motorsports
Alan Kulwicki
Driver and owner 1992 Cup Champion, 5 race wins, 38 top-5s, 75 top-10s, 24 poles, 1986 Rookie of the Year, founder of AK Racing, first person to win the premier series title as an owner/driver, named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)
Roger Penske
Owner and promoter Founder of Team Penske, 2012 and 2018 Cup Champion as an owner, 7-time Xfinity Series owners champion, helped build Auto Club Speedway, former owner of Auto Club Speedway, Michigan International Speedway, Nazareth Speedway and Rockingham Speedway, owner of Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Jack Roush
Owner and engineer Founder of RFK Racing, 325 NASCAR national series wins, 8-time NASCAR Champion, 444 wins as a NASCAR Engine Builder, Pioneered NASCAR innovation such as the roof flap technology

Class of 2020

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Buddy Baker
Driver and broadcaster 19 race wins, 202 top-5s, 311 top-10s, 38 poles, 1980 Daytona 500 winner, 3-time Coca-Cola 600 winner, 1970 Southern 500 winner, first driver to exceed the 200 mph mark (Talladega Superspeedway 1970, 200.447 mph), named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)
Joe Gibbs
Owner Founder of Joe Gibbs Racing, 5-time Cup Champion as an owner
Bobby Labonte
Driver 2000 Cup Champion, 21 race wins, 115 top-5s, 203 top-10s, 26 poles, 1995 Coca-Cola 600 winner, 2000 Brickyard 400 winner, 2000 Southern 500 winner
Tony Stewart
Driver, owner and promoter 3-time Cup drivers champion, 49 race wins, 187 top-5s, 308 top-10s, 15 poles, 2-time Brickyard 400 winner, 2009 All-Star Race winner, leads drivers in wins at Chicagoland Speedway (3) and Watkins Glen International (5), 1999 Rookie of the Year, 2-time Cup Champion as a co-owner of Stewart-Haas Racing, second person to win a Cup championship as an owner/driver (2011), owner of Eldora Speedway.
Waddell Wilson
Crew chief and engineer 3-time Cup Champion as an engineer for David Pearson and Benny Parsons, 19 wins as a crew chief

Class of 2021

Person Image Role Notes
Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Driver, owner, and broadcaster 26 Cup race wins, 149 top-5s, 260 top-10s, 15 poles, 2-time Daytona 500 winner, 2000 All-Star Race winner. 24 Xfinity wins, 2-time Xfinity Series champion as a driver. As owner, founder of JR Motorsports, co-founder of Chance 2 Motorsports. 74 wins and 5 championships in the Xfinity Series with JR Motorsports and Chance 2 Motorsports. Holds record for most consecutive NASCAR's Most Popular Driver Award wins in the Cup series (15).
Red Farmer Driver 3-time Late Model Sportsman champion, 1956 Modified Tour champion, 700 NASCAR wins (estimated), named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers (1998)
Mike Stefanik
Driver 7-time Modified Tour champion, 74 wins, #2 of NASCAR's Whelen Modified All-Time Top 10 Drivers (2003)

References

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  3. ^ Class of 2011 Archived 2010-08-12 at the Wayback Machine. NASCAR Hall of Fame official website. Retrieved February 11, 2011.
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