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Hall of Fame Racing was a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series racing team. Jeff Moorad, Tom Davin and Tom Garfinkel were its main owners, and was created as joint venture between Roger Staubach and Troy Aikman, the former Dallas Cowboys.

Top 10 NASCAR Drivers in Hall of Fame Racing
Top 10 NASCAR Drivers in Hall of Fame Racing

It ran till the year 2009, and saw some of the best talents in racing were seen performing and making great achievements while representing it. Here is the list of the Top 10 NASCAR Drivers in Hall of Fame Racing. Let us take a look at their achievements.

Top 10 NASCAR Drivers in Hall of Fame Racing

Erik Darnell

US Nascar Driver Erik Darnell was born in Beach Park, Illinois, on 2nd December, 1982. He was inducted in the racing hall of fame in 2009 and is inducted in the tenth place in our list of top 10 NASCAR drivers in hall of fame racing. One of the most skilled racers, Darnell became the Wisconsin Challenge Series Champion in 2003. He was also awarded the Craftsman Truck Series Rookie of the Year in 2006. He has participated in 9 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races over 2 years, 52 NASCAR Xfinity Series races over 5 yars and appeared in the top ten 5 times, and in 76 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races over 4 years, during which he has appeared in the top ten 32 times.

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Bobby Labonte

US Nascar Driver Bobby Labonte was born in Corpus Christi, Texas, on 8th May, 1964. He was inducted in the racing hall of fame in 2009 and is inducted in the ninth place in our list of top 10 NASCAR drivers in hall of fame racing. One of the most skilled racers, Labonte became the Winston Cup Series Champion in 2000, the Busch Series Champion in 1991, the Coca-Cola 600 Winner in 1995, the IROC Champion in 2001, the Brickyard 400 Winner and Brickyard 500 Winner in 2000. He has partaken in 723 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races, 202 NASCAR Xfinity Series races and 10 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races.

Joey Logano

US Nascar Driver Joey Logano was born in Middletown, Connecticut, on 24th May, 1990. He was inducted in the racing hall of fame in 2008 for Loudon & Kansas only, and is inducted in the eighth place in our list of top 10 NASCAR drivers in hall of fame racing. One of the most noted racers, Logano became the Busch East Series Champion in 2007. He was the youngest Xfinity Series Winner at the age of just 18 years and 21 days. He was also the Youngest Sprint Cup Series Winner at the age of only 19 years and 35 days. He received the Sprint Cup Series Rookie of the Year honour in 2009.

Ken Schrader

US Nascar Driver Ken Schrader was born in Fenton, Missouri, on 29th May, 1955. He was inducted in the racing hall of fame in 2008, and is inducted in the seventh place in our list of top 10 NASCAR drivers in hall of fame racing. One of the most noted racers, Ken Schrader won the USAC Silver Crown Series in 1982, and the USAC Sprint Car Series in 1983. He was awarded the USAC Stock Car Rookie of the Year in 1980 and 1985, and Rookie of the Year in 2009, besides being honoured with the National Dirt Late Model Hall of Fame Sportsman Award in the same year, besides his many other achievements.

Brad Coleman

US Nascar Driver Brad Coleman was born in Houston, Texas, on 26th February, 1988. He was inducted in the racing hall of fame in 2008 for Michigans only, and is inducted in the sixth place in our list of top 10 NASCAR drivers in hall of fame racing. He became the NASCAR Dodge Weekly Series Rookie Points Champion in 2005. He has been in 1 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race during a period of 1 year, though he could not be in the top ten. He has also been in 57 NASCAR Xfinity Series races over 5 years and been in the top ten 9 times, with one pole.

P. J. Jones

US Nascar Driver P. J. Jones was born in in Torrance, California, on 23rd April, 1969. He was inducted in the racing hall of fame in 2008 for Watkins Glen only, and is inducted in the fifth place in our list of top 10 NASCAR drivers in hall of fame racing. He became the 24 Hours of Daytona winner in 1993. He has been in 33 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race during a period of 13 years, and has been in the top ten twice. He has also been in 32 NASCAR Xfinity Series races over 6 years and been in the top ten once, as well as in 18 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races over 4 years, and been in the top ten four times.

J. J. Yeley

US Nascar Driver J. J. Yeley was born in in Phoenix, Arizona, on 5th October, 1976. He was inducted in the racing hall of fame in 2008, and is inducted in the fourth place in our list of top 10 NASCAR drivers in hall of fame racing. He became the USAC Sprint champion in 2001 and 2003, the USAC Silver Crown champion in 2002 and 2003, the USAC “Triple Crown” winner and USAC Midget champion in 2003, and he was also was named USAC Sprint Rookie of the Year in 1997. He also achieved the Non-Winged Driver of the Year from the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame in 2002 and 2003.

Ron Fellows

Nascar Driver Ron Fellows was born in Windsor, Ontario, in Canada, on 28th September, 1959. He was inducted in the racing hall of fame in 2007 for the races in the same year, and is inducted in the third place in our list of top 10 NASCAR drivers in hall of fame racing. Ron Fellows became the 24 Hours of Daytona co-winner in 2001, American Le Mans Series GTS Class Champion in 2003, and also 24 Hours of Le Mans GTS Class Winner in 2001, 2002 and 2004. He also became the 12 Hours of Sebring GTS Class Winner in 2002 and 2004. Ron Fellows has been in 25 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series over 16 years.

Tony Raines

Nascar Driver Tony Raines was born in La Porte, Indiana, on 14th April, 1964. He was inducted in the racing hall of fame in 2006-07, and is inducted in the second place in our list of top 10 NASCAR drivers in hall of fame racing. He became the ASA National Tour Champion in 1996 and was named Busch Series Rookie of the Year in 1999. Tony Raines achieved his place among top ten positions of NASCAR Sprint Cup Series 3 times, among top ten positions of NASCAR Xfinity Series 52 times and also achieved his place among top ten positions of NASCAR Camping World Truck Series 22 times beside his 4 titles in that series.

Terry Labonte

Nascar Driver Terry Labonte was born in Corpus Christi, Texas, on 16th November, 1956. He was inducted in the racing hall of fame in 2006, and is inducted in the top place in our list of top 10 NASCAR drivers in hall of fame racing. Terry Labonte became the Winston Cup Series Champion in 1984 and 1996, became the IROC Champion in 1989, Busch Clash Winner in 1985. He won the Southern 500 twice in 1980 and 2003, and also won the Winston twice in 1988 and 1999. He was named among the NASCAR’s 50 Greatest Drivers in 1998. Terry Labonte was inducted in the National Quarter Midget Hall of Fame in 1989. He will be inducted in the NASCAR Hall Of Fame next year in 2016.

Following the 2009 season, the Hall of Fame Racing team came to a close. Its best season was when Tony Raines and Ron Fellows came behind the wheels for the road courses of the #96 DLP Chevrolet and finished 25th in owners points in 2007.

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