Polls open for NASCAR Hall of Fame Class of 2018 Fan Vote – Nascar
HALL OF FAME: Cast your vote today!
Since NASCAR’s start in 1948, fans have been the cornerstone of the sport — their voices vital, heard and acted upon.
So, it made perfect sense that when NASCAR assembled the original Voting Panel for the NASCAR Hall of Fame’s inaugural Class of 2010, the sanctioning body made sure the fans had a say in who earned the sport’s highest honor.
And today, that tradition continues.
Polls are now open for the NASCAR Hall of Fame Class of 2018 Fan Vote. To vote, visit NASCAR.com/halloffame.
Fans are once again asked to cast votes for up to five nominees for inclusion into the Class of 2018, and can vote up to 50 times per day. The five nominees who receive the most votes will count as one of the 54 votes cast by the Voting Panel on NASCAR Hall of Fame Voting Day on May 24. The polls close May 22.
Below are the 20 nominees who are eligible for entry into the NASCAR Hall of Fame Class of 2018:
• Davey Allison, won 19 times in NASCAR’s premier (now Monster Energy NASCAR Cup) series, including the 1992 Daytona 500
• Buddy Baker, won 19 times in NASCAR’s premier series, including the Daytona 500 and Southern 500
• Red Byron, first NASCAR premier series champion, in 1949
• Ray Evernham, three-time NASCAR premier series championship crew chief
• Red Farmer, three-time Late Model Sportsman champion; 1956 Modified champion
• Ray Fox, legendary engine builder, crew chief and car owner
• Joe Gibbs, combined for nine car owner championships in premier and XFINITY series
• Ron Hornaday Jr., four-time NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion
• Harry Hyde, 1970 NASCAR premier series championship crew chief
• Alan Kulwicki, 1992 NASCAR premier series champion
• Bobby Labonte, won a championship in both the premier series and XFINITY Series
• Hershel McGriff, 1986 NASCAR west series champion
• Roger Penske, combined for four car owner championships in premier and XFINITY series
• Larry Phillips, only five-time NASCAR weekly series national champion
• Jack Roush, five-time car owner champion in NASCAR’s three national series
• Ricky Rudd, won 23 times in NASCAR’s premier series, including the 1997 Brickyard 400
• Ken Squier, legendary radio and television broadcaster; inaugural winner/namesake of Squier-Hall Award for NASCAR Media Excellence
• Mike Stefanik, winner of record-tying nine NASCAR championships
• Waddell Wilson, won three NASCAR premier series championships as an engine builder
• Robert Yates, won NASCAR premier series championship as both an engine builder and owner