NASCAR stars Ricky Rudd and Jeff Gordon and road racing specialist Hurley Haywood will fill out the 12-driver all-star field for the 1995 Dodge International Race of Champions series.
The fleet trio joins previously announced Winston Cup drivers Mark Martin, the defending IROC champion, two-time defending Winston Cup champion Dale Earnhardt, Rusty Wallace and Ken Schrader, Indy-car PPG Cup champion Al Unser Jr., sprint car champion and Winston Cup rookie Steve Kinser and road racers Scott Pruett, Tom Kendall and New Zealander Steve Millen.
Rudd won the IROC title in 1992 and will be participating for the third time, while Gordon will join Schrader and Millen as series rookies. Haywood, winner of 10 major sports car endurance races, will appear in IROC for the fourth time. The four race series begins Feb. 17 at Daytona Beach, Fla.
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