NASCAR will postpone 2021 Hall of Fame Ceremony
Seattle- NASCAR has decided to postpone the celebration of the 2021 Hall of fame Class and will likely take place in 2022.
After debating to have the ceremony this upcoming year, the NASCAR organization has decided that it would be best to postpone the 2021 Hall of Fame and intertwine it with the 2022 Hall of Fame class due to the pandemic.
"Without question, the safety of our inductees, our guests and our staff is the highest priority for us," said Winston Kelley, NASCAR Hall of Fame Executive Director. "The ongoing public health crisis prohibits our ability to plan for and celebrate these honorees' landmark achievements as originally scheduled to the fullest extent with their families, friends and fans present. It will be in a manner that’s representative of their incredible accomplishments in NASCAR and their contributions to the sport."
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Red Farmer, and Mike Stefanik are the members of the 2021 Hall of Fame class. Even though their celebration is pushed back a little back, what they did on and off the track was a delight to see.