The NASCAR Hall of Fame will induct its second class tonight in uptown Charlotte with five more of the sport's legends set to be rewarded with a permanent place in stock car racing's shrine.
Among them will be David Pearson, who some consider to be the greatest driver of all time; Bobby Allison, the leader of the "Alabama Gang" who persevered through tragedy; Lee Petty, the patriarch of one of NASCAR's most famous families; Bud Moore, the car owner who also served in World War II; and Ned Jarrett, the classy two-time champion and broadcaster who earned the moniker "Gentleman Ned."
They'll join previous inductees Dale Earnhardt, Richard Petty, Bill France Jr., Bill France Sr. and Junior Johnson as NASCAR Hall of Famers during a ceremony in the Hall's Crown Ballroom.
We'll be in attendance tonight and will pass along a full report from the Hall ceremonies. You can watch the events as they unfold on SPEED (8 p.m.).