Fox Sports 1 had live coverage of tonight's induction of the five 2014 NASCAR Hall of Fame class members. Here is a look at the class of newest inductees and their achievements.
The 1999 NASCAR Winston Cup Series (now Sprint) champion also was clutch in NASCAR's biggest races. He won the Daytona 500 three times and the Brickyard 400 twice. He won 32 times in his Sprint Cup Series career and also added 11 Nationwide Series wins to his credit. He joined his father Ned Jarrett in the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
He won the 1952 and 1955 premier series championship in NASCAR and scored 39 victories in his career. In 1955 he won an incredible 18 times in 39 starts.
A great short-track racer, Ingram, was able to use that to become one of the greatest NASCAR Nationwide Series drivers of all-time. When he retired he was the all-time wins leader with 31 in the series (since passed by Mark Martin and Kyle Busch). He won the 1982 and 1985 Busch Series titles (now Nationwide) and also was a three time champion in the precursor to the Busch Series. That was the Late Model Sportsman Division and he won the championship in that division from 1972 to 1974.
He might be the best driver to never win a NASCAR premier series championship but still had a fantastic career with 33 wins to his credit. He won the Daytona 500 in 1962 and the Southern 500 in 1958 and 1963.
With his induction he became the fourth member of his family to earn a Hall of Fame spot joining his brother Richard Petty, father Lee Petty, and cousin Dale Inman. His mark came in the Petty Enterprises' engine department as he supplied the horsepower that powered the majority of Richard Petty's 200 victories.Tags: Dale Jarrett, Fireball Roberts, Jack Ingram, Maurice Petty, Motorsports, NASCAR, NASCAR Hall of Fame, Tim Flock