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Carl Edwards, Ricky Rudd lead 2025 NASCAR Hall of Fame class
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Carl Edwards, Ricky Rudd lead 2025 NASCAR Hall of Fame class

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (BVM) – Numerous legends have been inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame since it opened in 2010. In just the past few years, drivers like Jimmie Johnson, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Tony Stewart, and Jeff Gordon have been inducted in Charlotte, joining other recent inductees who have had a tremendous impact on the sport like Joe Gibbs, Roger Penske, Ray Evernham and Chad Knaus.

Recently, the 2025 NASCAR Hall of Fame class was announced which again features multiple legends of the sport. Longtime driver Ricky Rudd got the highest amount of votes (87%) among the modern-era nominees, finally earning a spot in the hall of fame after eight years on the ballot.

One of NASCAR’s more recent popular drivers, Carl Edwards, is also going in as a modern-era inductee after earning 52% of votes in his fourth year of eligibility. Meanwhile, former driver and team owner Ralph Moody earned an induction from the pioneer ballot with 60% of the votes.

Edwards, Rudd and Moody will officially be inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte in February 2025. Here’s a look back at the brilliant careers of each inductee and what a couple of them have been up to since hanging it up in NASCAR.

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