NASCAR announces inaugural Hall of Fame class
by Star staff and wire reports
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The first class of NASCAR's Hall of Fame left few surprises.

The man, the legend and the King are all there.

The class, which was announced Wednesday, includes: Bill France Sr., Dale Earnhardt, Richard Petty, Bill France Jr. and Junior Johnson.

The NASCAR Hall of Fame Voting Panel, consisting of members of the Nominating Committee along with 29 others representing NASCAR, the NASCAR Hall of Fame, major race track ownership groups, retired drivers, owners and crew chiefs along with motorsports media representatives, met in a closed session in Charlotte, N.C. to vote on the induction class of 2010.

See Thursday's Anniston Star for complete details.
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