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Latest Cale Yarborough Items
There's one certainty about racing at NASCAR's most unpredictable tracks: a chaotic ending.
When Len and Eddie Wood say they've got longtime family ties in NASCAR, believe it.
Tony Stewart and Matt Kenseth have smoothed things over after their helmet-throwing dustup.
Family was the prevailing theme as NASCAR inducted its third, and most diverse, class into the Hall of Fame.
Darrell Waltrip was nicknamed "Jaws" as a driver for his outrageous trash-talking. His loquaciousness launched his second career, as one of NASCAR's most recognized _ and outspoken _ television analysts.
Tony Stewart's third NASCAR championship was much different his first two.
The wait is over for Cale Yarborough and Darrell Waltrip. The championship-winning drivers with a bumpy personal connection are headed to the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
It was foolish for Darrell Waltrip to participate in the live broadcast of last year's NASCAR Hall of Fame voting day, when he was publicly humiliated by being snubbed from the five-member second class.
Just before peeling off what he called a lame burnout near the finish line, Jeff Gordon screamed into his radio, the emotion pouring out with his voice.