Maurice Petty (L) and Dale Jarrett (R) were elected to the NASCAR Hall of Fame Wednesday. (Getty)
The 2014 NASCAR Hall of Fame Class was announced on Wednesday, and it's a very diverse list.
The class of five consists of Tim Flock, Jack Ingram, Dale Jarrett, Maurice Petty and Fireball Roberts. That means that current owners Richard Childress and Rick Hendrick, as well as Speedway Motorsports Inc.'s Bruton Smith must wait another year.
Jarrett is likely the most familiar face to NASCAR fans, as the 1999 Cup champion is an analyst on ESPN's Sprint Cup Series coverage. Jarrett won three Daytona 500s and two Brickyard 400s. His father, Ned Jarrett, who was also a broadcaster after his career was over, was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2011.
Maurice Petty was the engine builder for Petty Enterprises and is the fourth member of the Petty Enterprises crew to make the Hall of Fame after cousin Dale Inman and younger brother Richard and father Lee.
Tim Flock won 39 races in 187 starts and his first championship was in 1952 driving the Hudson Hornet. And at Hickory Motor Speedway on May
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