It wasn’t more than a few minutes after the NASCAR Hall of Fame Class of 2015 was announced Wednesday before critics started questioning the six individuals chosen for induction.
On a day that should be joyous for the inductees and the sport as a whole, honoring five men and one woman who did or meant so much for the sport, several callous and narrow-minded individuals had to go and spoil it.
Frankly, some of the tweets I read or emails I received were downright ugly – and so undeserving to those who were honored Wednesday.
Several pointed towards Wendell Scott being inducted solely based upon his race.
Others complained about Fred Lorenzen, who has put on a valiant battle with dementia for the last several years but is still with us, but supposedly didn’t have the statistics to warrant HoF induction.
Others questioned why two of the sport’s pioneers –…
View original post 914 more words