Two-time Daytona 500 winner Dale Earnhardt Jr.who has a total of nine NASCAR championships and 74 victories in the Modified Series, also Red Farmer was announced as the NASCAR Hall of Fame Class of 2021 on Tuesday.
Voting took place virtually last week due to the COVID-19 outbreak and the induction ceremony will be held in 2021.
Red Farmer was chosen from the Pioneer Ballot, along with Dale Earnhardt Jr and Stefanik chosen from the Modern Era Ballot.
R.J. Reynolds chief Ralph Seagraves, who helped lead Winston’s decision to sponsor NASCAR’s premier series beginning in 1971 won the Landmark Award for outstanding contributions to the sport.
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Earnhardt got a massive 76% of the Modern Era ballot votes, Stefanik received 49%. Ricky Rudd finished third, followed by Bonnett. Red Farmer received 71% of the Pioneer ballot votes. Hershel McGriff finished second.