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For a man not even supposed to be in the NASCAR Chase for the Sprint Cup, Jeff Gordon is not taking anything for granted. After the last race of NASCAR’s regular season Gordon was left on the outside of the final 12 Chase spots. However, after NASCAR investigations revealed some questionable ethical decisions by other Chase-involved drivers, they allowed Gordon to be the 13th competitor. It was a controversial decision, which energized the number 24.
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The last man into the 2013 Chase for the Sprint Cup is hanging tough.
Jeff Gordon, added to the Chase field by executive fiat six days after the Richmond cheating fiasco, has moved from 13th seed at the start of NASCAR's annual playoff round to fourth in points after four races.
The four-time NASCAR Sprint Cup champion heads into Saturday night's Bank of America 500 at...
Jeff Gordon made a statement Thursday night under the lights, he’s not done with the 2013 season just yet. Gordon put his Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet on the pole position for Saturday night’s race with a lap of 27.791 seconds. It is his ninth career pole at the Charlotte Motor Speedway[...]
Jeff Gordon won the pole for the Bank of America 500. The No. 24 of Gordon will lead a field of 43 to the green flag for Saturday nights race at the 1.5 mile Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Joining Gordon on the front row will be Kevin Harvick.
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This is the fifth race of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Chase. After four races Matt Kenseth holds a three point...
Jeff Gordon won the pole Thursday night for the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Gordon turned a lap at 194.308 mph to edge Kevin Harvick for his ninth pole at Charlotte, the second most in track history.
Greg Biffle qualified third for the Saturday night race, Jimmie Johnson was fourth, and Kasey Kahne - who held the lead for most of the night - was fifth.
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NASCAR heads to Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, NC this weekend. Both the Nationwide and Sprint Cup Series will be racing at the 1.5 mile track. The Nationwide Series will run the Dollar General 300 on Friday — while the Sprint Cup teams hit the track on Saturday night for the Bank of America 500.
The Camping World Truck Series is off...
This week’s edition of Start ‘N’ Park Blog’s Stat Line breaks down the numbers behind Saturday night’s Bank Of America 500 from the Charlotte Motor Speedway. History: Races: 109 Races Won from the Pole: 14 Last Race Won from the Pole: Jimmie Johnson (10/17/2009) Race Record: Jeff Gordon 160.306 mph[...]