Cook, Allison, Parks All Have Modified Titles
Talladega, AL — Jerry Cook – a six-time NASCAR Modified National Champion – earned the ultimate recognition for his racing accomplishments as he was one of five 2009 International Motorsports Hall of Fame inductees in ceremonies held Thursday night at Talladega Superspeedway.
Cook, originally from Rome, N.Y., earned six NASCAR Modified titles in a span of seven years from 1971-77. A perennial front-runner, Cook finished in the top three in the national standings an astounding 14-straight seasons from 1969-82.
The 2009 International Motorsports Hall of Fame class also included driver Donny Allison and car owners Raymond Parks, Bud Moore and J.C. Agajanian.
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