Found February 19, 2012 on
Jeff Gordon is one of the most successful NASCAR drivers of all time. With 85 career wins, Gordon has had numerous races to remember during his distinguished career. Saturday's Budweiser Shootout was not one of them. Gordon was involved in a horrific crash at Daytona after colliding with Kurt Busch with two laps to go. After hitting Busch's car, Gordon found himself upside down, and he flipped several times in what was the worst crash of his career. Gordon was able to exit his car and walk away without any injury, but it was definitely one of the most terrifying...
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NASCAR, more than any other sport, carries the specter of grievous injury, or worse, with it every time the green flag drops. You see the drivers kiss their families goodbye before every race, and there's a part of you that … Continue reading →
Jeff Gordon went upside down for the first time in his career...
And nobody got hurt, just a lap and a half from the flag.
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And this time it was Jeff Gordon...When you only have 25 cars going after a big purse and there are only a few laps left in the event- you know that all bets are off, your friend is not your friend and you better drive for you and everyone else...The remaining guys in last night's 75-lapper from Daytona didn't get the message...Here's the short version of the whole thing...
And we officially have our first "Wow, that was a little intense" wreck of the 2012 season, as Jeff Gordon went a-tumbling in the closing laps of Saturday night's Bud Shootout. Gordon was attempting to nudge Kyle Busch out of … Continue reading →
NASCAR's rules changes brought back the 43-car pack, which produced exciting and dangerous racing at Daytona.
Plenty of NASCAR's finest use social media, including teammates Kasey Kahne and Jeff Gordon. But what should their status updates really read like? Marty Smith has some ideas.
Seven cars were invovled in a crash during Bud Shootout practice, including Tony Stewart, Jeff Gordon and Kyle Busch.
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