The NASCAR Hall of Fame Class of 2014 was selected Wednesday afternoon, with Tim Flock, Maurice Petty, Dale Jarrett, Jack Ingram and Fireball Roberts joining the 20 members inducted from 2010-13.
A voting panel of 54 media members, track operators, retired racers and others active in the sport selected the five from a list of 25 nominees.
Here are the new inductees:
A two-time series champion in the NASCAR premier series, Flock was one of the sport's first dominant drivers.
Flock had 39 victories in only 187 starts. His victory total still ranks 18th on the all-time wins list. Flock won his first series title in 1952 while driving Ted Chester's Hudson Hornet. He had eight wins and 22 top fives in 33 starts.
Flock won his second series title in 1955 driving Carl Kiekhaefer's Chrysler. He dominated that season, posting 18 wins, 32 top fives and 18 poles in 39 races. Flock's 18 wins stood as a single-season victory record until Richard Petty surpassed it with 27 wins i...