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the class of 2021:

    All Dale Earnhardt Jr. needed was a chance to prove he could win in stock cars. Turns out, he was a natural — on and off the track. Now the longtime fan favorite and two-time Daytona 500 winner will join his famous, late father in NASCAR’s Hall of Fame after being selected as one of three members of the 2021 class. The other inductees are Red Farmer and the late Mike Stefanik. Ralph Seagraves was chosen as the Landmark Award winner. Earnhardt Jr. received 76% of the votes in his first appearance on the ballot. “My wife was here, my family, my sister, so surrounded by a lot of close folks,” he said on NBCSN’s announcement...
    All Dale Earnhardt Jr. needed was a chance to prove he could win in stock cars. Turns out, he was a natural — on and off the track. Now the longtime fan favorite and two-time Daytona 500 winner will join his famous, late father in NASCAR’s Hall of Fame after being selected as one of three members of the 2021 class. The other inductees are Red Farmer and the late Mike Stefanik. Ralph Seagraves was chosen as the Landmark Award winner. Earnhardt Jr. received 76% of the votes in his first appearance on the ballot. “My wife was here, my family, my sister, so surrounded by a lot of close folks,” he said on NBCSN’s announcement show. “It was great...