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Jeff Gordon has been around a long time, and this weekend proves it. Gordon is making his 700th consecutive start in NASCAR’s premier series on Saturday at Darlington for the Bojangles Southern 500. This will be the first time the Gen 6 race car sees the 1.366 mile South Carolina track that many drivers dub, “The Lady in Black” and [...]
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DARLINGTON, S.C. – It may not be tame or the same, but respect is what Jeff Gordon will give Darlington Raceway as he prepares for his 700th career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series start this Saturday night.
Darlington Raceway has earned a few monikers since it opened in 1950. “The Track Too Tough to Tame” and “The Lady In Black” are two of those, and drivers tend to use the term...
Seven-time Darlington winner Jeff Gordon will make 700th career start Saturday…
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Jeff Gordon is a Four-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Champion, a three-time Daytona 500 winner, he is third on the all-time wins list with 87 career wins, and Saturday night at Darlington Raceway the legendary driver will make Sprint Cup career start #700.
Gordon will become only the 15th driver to reach the '700' start milestone.
The racetrack Gordon will be competing at this...