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Your 2014 NASCAR Hall of Fame Nominees

Nick Bromberg
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On Wednesday night, NASCAR announced the 25 nominees for the 2014 NASCAR Hall of Fame Class. The nominees consist of 20 names who were up for consideration last year as well as five newcomers to the list. The newcomers are Dale Jarrett, Bruton Smith, Maurice Petty, Larry Phillips and Rex White . Last year's induction class consisted of Buck Baker, Cotton Owens, Herb Thomas, Rusty Wallace and Leonard Wood.

The full list is below. Who are your picks?

Red Byron: First NASCAR premier (now Sprint Cup) series champion, in 1949

Richard Childress: 11-time car owner champion in NASCAR's three national series

Jerry Cook: Six-time NASCAR Modified champion

H. Clay Earles: Founder of Martinsville Speedway

Tim Flock: Two-time NASCAR premier (now Sprint Cup) series champion

Anne B. France, first secretary and treasurer of NASCAR, wife of founder Bill France Sr.

Ray Fox, former NASCAR owner, engine builder and official

Rick Hendrick: 13-time car owner champion in NASCAR's three national series

Jack Ingram: Two-time NASCAR Busch (now Nationwide) Series champion

Bobby Isaac: 1970 NASCAR premier (now Sprint Cup) series champion

Dale Jarrett: 1999 NASCAR premier (now Sprint Cup) series champion and three-time Daytona 500 winner

Fred Lorenzen: 26 wins and winner of the Daytona 500 and World 600

Raymond Parks: NASCAR's first champion car owner

Benny Parsons: 1973 NASCAR premier (now Sprint Cup) series champion

Maurice Petty: Chief engine builder for Petty Enterprises

Larry Phillips: Only five-time NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national champion

Les Richter: Former NASCAR executive; former president of Riverside International Raceway

Fireball Roberts: Won 33 NASCAR premier (now Sprint Cup) series races, including the 1962 Daytona 500

T. Wayne Robertson: Helped raise NASCAR popularity as R.J. Reynolds Senior VP

Wendell Scott: First African-American to win a NASCAR premier series event

Ralph Seagraves: Former president of R.J. Reynolds who introduced corporate sponsorship to NASCAR's premier series

Bruton Smith: Builder of Charlotte Motor Speedway and architect of Speedway Motorsports Inc.

Curtis Turner: Early personality, called the "Babe Ruth of stock car racing"

Joe Weatherly: Two-time NASCAR premier (now Sprint Cup) series champion

Rex White: 1960 NASCAR premier (now Sprint Cup) series champion

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