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  1. NASCAR Hall of Fame class of 2014 - Tim Flock, Dale Jarrett, Jack...

    Ed Hinton

    Tim Flock. Jack Ingram. Dale Jarrett. Maurice Petty. Fireball Roberts. Our guy Ed Hinton highlights the impactful careers of the five 2014 NASCAR Hall of Fame inductees.

    Story | Conversation | January 29, 2014
  2. NASCAR - Fans have more names to put in Hall of Fame

    Ed Hinton

    Fans are speaking up, and the hue and cry to get Raymond Parks in the NASCAR Hall of Fame is growing. Even better news? We're not going to run out of worthy inductees for years.

    Story | Conversation | March 31, 2013
  3. NASCAR - These famous five are Hall of Fame worthy

    Ed Hinton

    Fireball Roberts. Joe Weatherly. Curtis Turner. Fred Lorenzen. Bobby Isaac. How in the world are these racing legends not already in the NASCAR Hall of Fame?

    Story | Conversation | March 14, 2013
  4. NASCAR - Herb Thomas, Leonard Wood, Cotton Owens, Rusty Wallace, ...

    Ed Hinton

    Another stellar class is entering the NASCAR Hall of Fame on Friday, and there are great stories behind Buck Baker, Cotton Owens, Herb Thomas, Rusty Wallace and Leonard Wood.

    Story | Conversation | February 06, 2013
  5. NASCAR - Anne B. France is more than deserving of NASCAR Hall of ...

    Ed Hinton

    I agree with many NASCAR pundits that Anne Bledsoe France shouldn't go into the NASCAR Hall of Fame in the fourth group. I think she should have gone in before her husband, NASCAR founder Bill France Sr., and her elder son, the second czar, Bill Fran...

    Blog | Conversation | April 12, 2012
  6. NASCAR - Hall of Fame class of '12 a great one

    Ed Hinton

    Darrell Waltrip. Cale Yarborough. Dale Inman. Glen Wood. Richie Evans. These five men helped shape the face of NASCAR ... and made a lasting impression on longtime beat writer Ed Hinton.

    Story | Conversation | January 20, 2012
  7. The NASCAR Hall of Fame class of 2011, up close and personal

    Ed Hinton

    David Pearson. Bobby Allison. Ned Jarrett. Lee Petty. Bud Moore. Five legends of NASCAR. And Ed Hinton knew each and every one of them.

    Story | Conversation | May 11, 2011
  8. It's already too late for men such as Raymond Parks to enjoy thei...

    Ed Hinton

    Ed Hinton has no problem with the 10 men in the NASCAR Hall of Fame, nor the 25 nominated for 2012 -- especially Raymond Parks. So what has Hinton "plain damn disgusted"? The process.

    Story | Conversation | April 20, 2011
  9. NASCAR lost one of its greatest pioneers when Raymond Parks died ...

    Ed Hinton

    The soul, the spirit, the guts of NASCAR all sprang from the passion of one Raymond Parks, long before there was a NASCAR.

    Story | Conversation | June 20, 2010
  10. NASCAR Hall of Famers Bill France Sr., Bill France Jr., Richard P...

    Ed Hinton

    From "The Intimidator" to "The King," Ed Hinton knew them all. He knew them well. If you're a fan of Hall of Famers Earnhardt, Petty, Johnson or the France boys, you've gotta read this.

    Story | Conversation | May 19, 2010
  11. Dale Earnhardt - NASCAR fans knew him as maybe the greatest drive...

    Ed Hinton

    NASCAR fans knew him as maybe the greatest driver ever, and rivals knew him as the toughest S.O.B. on the track. But the best way to get to know Dale Earnhardt was to sit beside him when he was at the wheel.

    Story | Conversation | April 02, 2010
  12. The question for NASCAR's next Hall of Fame class is not who will...

    Ed Hinton

    Filtering in NASCAR's Hall of Fame electees to five per year means 2010 is likely to be as controversial as the inaugural class. Who's next? Let's say Pearson, Allison and Yarborough are locks, but that hardly scratches the surface of who's deserving.

    Story | Conversation | October 15, 2009
  13. Ed Hinton: The Holy Grail of stock-car racing

    Ed Hinton

    HAMPTON, Ga. -- I have seen the Holy Grail of stock-car racing. It was given to the new NASCAR Hall of Fame here this morning. It is a tarnished, simple, silver loving cup, less than a foot tall, with the race winner's name misspelled: "Loyd [sic] ...

    Blog | Conversation | March 07, 2009