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Dale Jarrett Inducted Into The NASCAR Hall Of Fame
A NASCAR legend, joins fellow racing greats as part of the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte.
FOX News Radio’s Steve Rappoport has the details:
Leading a new pack to the victory lane of legends:
Jarrett: “I had the opportunity to race with some of the greatest drivers in our sport’s history. And I stand here tonight, feeling as though I’m the luckiest person on earth.”
Dale Jarrett enshrined in Charlotte, choking up as his father and mentor, Ned Jarrett proudly looked on.
Jarrett: “That’s what really makes this night so very special. I’m joining my father in the NASCAR Hall of Fame.”
The 57 year-old boasting a record that includes a cup title and three Daytona 500 wins. Joining Jarrett in the class of 2014– Maurice Petty, Fireball Roberts, Jack Ingram and Tim Flock.
Steve Rappoport, FOX News Radio.