Webster's Dictionary defines a villain, as "a deliberate scoundrel or criminal," or "one blamed for a particular evil or difficulty." In NASCAR, fans could define a villain as a driver that wins all the time, taking victories away from their favorite drivers.
Others would consider a villain to be a driver that drives with an obvious lack of respect for his fellow competitor and uses a particularly aggressive driving style.
No matter how you define a villain, the history of NASCAR has had its fair share. Ahead, I am going to look at 25 NASCAR personalities who could be considered the greatest of all time.
The following drivers are in no particular order, and I will try to mix it up, with a current driver followed by an older era driver and vice versa.