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Hornaday, Roush, Rudd among new NASCAR Hall of Fame nominees

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) Ron Hornaday Jr., Jack Roush, Ricky Rudd, Ken Squier and Waddell Wilson are joining 15 holdovers as nominees for the 2017 NASCAR Hall of Fame class. NASCAR announced the additions Wednesday. Hornaday is a four-time Truck Series champion. Roush has the most owner wins (322) in NASCAR national series history. Rudd held the consecutive starts record until...
Via Associated Press
February 24, 2016  |  Discuss

NASCAR Announces Nominees For NASCAR Hall of Fame Class of 2017, Landmark Award

Hornaday, Roush, Rudd, Squier, Wilson Added To Ballot; Guthrie Joins Landmark List DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (February 24, 2016) — Legendary engine builders, crew chiefs, owners, drivers and the most recognizable voice in motorsports. The talents, eras and levels may differ, but all share a common thread. They shaped NASCAR, and on Wednesday, they were recognized as nominees for the...
Via On Pit Road
February 24, 2016  |  Discuss

History of the No. 10: Rudd, Cope made it a number to remember

Over its lengthy history in NASCAR's top series, a No. 10 car has been raced by a whopping 114 different drivers.Only four of those drivers have gone to Victory Lane, however, while only two -- Ricky Rudd and Derrike Cope -- have triumphed multiple times.The most successful driver of the No. 10 was Chesapeake, Virginia native Ricky Rudd, who won six times between 1994 and 1998 as...
Via Fox Sports
December 04, 2015  |  Discuss

NSCS: Gordon Set to Break Consecutive Starts Record

By Reid Spencer (NASCAR Wire Service) Twenty-one years ago, at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Ricky Rudd taught Jeff Gordon a lesson. It was Oct. 9, 1994, in what was then the Mello Yello 500, and Rudd was incensed at a “slide job” Gordon had used to pass Rudd’s No. 10 Tide Ford late in the race. With 10 laps left, coming off Turn 4 at the 1.5-mile track, Rudd stuck the nose of...
Via On Pit Road
September 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Wide-open field: Tabbing Sonoma favorites no easy task these days

Sunday marks the first of our two road-course races in the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup season. I just have to tell you that the racing at Sonoma has really evolved. We started going there in 1989 and from that point all the way up through the majority of the 1990s, you could pretty well pick on one hand who was probably going to win that race. You had Ricky Rudd, Rusty Wallace, Ernie...
Via Fox Sports
June 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Throwback Thursday – The Sonoma Screwjob

Credit – Harrelson Photography/RIR Posted by Brandon Whitton – follow on twitter @whittonbm 1991 Banquet Frozen Foods 300 – Sears Point International Raceway – June 9, 1991 For the third consecutive year, the Winston Cup Series ventured to Northern California for the first of two road course events on the schedule. Nestled in the heart of wine country, Sears Point International...
Via Motor Racing Digest
June 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Throwback Thursday – Rudd Survives War of Attrition to Win Final 500 Mile Race at Dover

NASCAR Media/Motorsports Images and Archives Posted By: David Morgan – Follow at @damorgan86 May 28, 2015 1997 Miller 500 – Dover Downs International Speedway For the first 55 races held at Dover from 1969 to 1997, the “Monster Mile” had been a 500-mile affair with attrition being the name of the game, but starting with the fall race in 1997 the race length was shortened...
Via Motor Racing Digest
May 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Throwback Thursday: Joe Nemechek's dramatic Kansas win

As the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads to Kansas Speedway for Saturday night's SpongeBob SquarePants 400, there's no better time to look back on a memorable Kansas race from years gone by. For this Throwback Thursday, we remember Joe Nemechek's dramatic last-lap battle with Ricky Rudd in October 2004. Nemechek, starting from the pole in the No. 01 U.S. Army-sponsored Chevrolet, led...
Via Fox Sports
May 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Throwback Thursday – Dale Earnhardt Clinches 7th Championship

Courtesy nascarmedia.com – (Photo by Bill Hall/Getty Images) Posted by Brandon Whitton – follow on twitter @whittonbm 1994 AC-Delco 500 – North Carolina Motor Speedway – October 23, 1994 **Authors note: The May race at Kansas Speedway once belonged to Auto Club Speedway from the fall of 2004-2010, which was originally the Rockingham date from 1965-2003** After 28 of 31...
Via Motor Racing Digest
May 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Why are today's Sprint Cup drivers more prone to miss races?

When NASCAR's championship was determined over a full season, missing races due to injury or illness wasn't an option. Ricky Rudd finished seventh in the 1984 Daytona 500 with his eyelids duct-taped open after a vicious wreck in the Sprint Unlimited. One week after breaking his ribs at Bristol Motor Speedway in 1992, Davey Allison went out and won at North Wilkesboro. Later that...
Via Fox Sports
April 02, 2015  |  Discuss
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