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Before Friday night, Doug Yates had never heard one word his father’s NASCAR Hall of Fame induction speech.
An emotional tribute to the late Robert Yates highlighted Friday night’s induction of the newest class of five inductees into the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
The NASCAR Hall of Fame’s newest five-member class will receive its official induction on Friday night in Charlotte, N.C.
Champion car owner and engine builder Robert Yates, elected in May as part of the 2018 NASCAR Hall of Fame Class, died Monday, his son, Doug Yates, confirmed.
Todd Parrott and Slugger Labbe will be back on the pit box for Speedweeks.
Elliott Sadler looks forward to reunion with Phil Gould
Maybe Team Penske can finally stop the Chevy Show.
Chevrolet has long had a stranglehold on Indy.
Engine reliability always a concern for builders and won’t wane at Michigan this weekend
Baker, Elliott, Labonte, Stefanik, Yates added to Ballot
A 22-person nominating committee consisting of representatives from throughout the NASCAR industry selected 20 individuals who will make up the ballot for the Class of 2015.
Press conference with Ford Fusion drivers: Trevor Bayne – No. 21 Motorcraft/Quick Lane, David Gilliland – No. 38 Love’s Travel Stops, and David Ragan – No. 34 CSX/Farm Rich.
Dale Jarrett will finally be making his way into the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
After graduating in 2005 Billy Scott worked at Robert Yates Racing and began as an engineer at MWR in 2008.
The Crown Royal Presents the Samuel Deeds 400 at the Brickyard will mark the 20th race at the iconic Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
Ford Motor Company has won 1,000 NASCAR races in the Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series combined.