Skip to content


David Pearson: Telling The Tale Of One Of NASCAR’s Hall of Famers

Calm, cool and collected are but a few adjectives that describe the Spartanburg, S.C. NASCAR legend, David Pearson.  To say he was a good race car driver was an understatement, he was a great one. Pearson was just nominated for induction into the second class at the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, N.C.  The induction ceremony will take place in May of 2011. Pearson's racing career could be defined by words he was often quoted as saying, "I never went into any race I didn't think I could win." Win he did with three NASCAR Grand National (Sprint Cup) Championships in 1966, 1968 and 1969.  His record shows 105 wins, 366 top-10's and 113 poles. Pearson's win record is second to that of Richard Petty.  The driver known as t...

Read Complete Article at Bleacher Report - Motorsports
Article is property of

Posted in MotorSports.