Selfies with Jeff Gordon all part of the Coca-Cola 600 experience

It doesn't seem that long ago, but this weekend marks the 22nd anniversary of Jeff Gordon's first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series victory, which came in the 1994 Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.  Gordon, who now works as a NASCAR analyst for FOX, was back at the North Carolina track on Tuesday, where he met with fans, took selfies with them and answered a few questions.   ...
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NSCS: Jeff Gordon To Release First-Ever Authorized Biography Book

Four-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jeff Gordon to release first-ever authorized biography book slated for release in October. The book is being written by five-time New York Times bestselling author Joe Garner and will be titled “Jeff Gordon: His Dream, Drive & Destiny“. This is not the first time Gordon and Garner have worked together, back in 2006 they did a multimedia...
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21 days ago  |  Discuss

Jeff Gordon visits University of Michigan to announce research partnership

Four-time Sprint Cup Series champion and FOX NASCAR analyst Jeff Gordon visited the University of Michigan on Wednesday to announce a new research partnership between the school, Axalta Coating Systems and Hendrick Motorsports.The partnership is a five-year agreement will allow students of the Walter E. Wilson Student Team Project Center to explore the professional racing world,...
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March 30, 2016  |  Discuss

Photos: Jim Harbaugh Hung Out With Legendary NASCAR Driver Jeff Gordon Today

Jim Harbaugh has gotten to hang out with a lot of interesting people since he’s become the head coach of Michigan. Today, it was legendary NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon who paid the khaki-loving leader of the Maize and Blue a visit.  Harbaugh even presented Gordon with a customized No. 24 Michigan jersey. Twenty-four was the number of Gordon’s car during his driving career.  Great...
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March 30, 2016  |  Discuss

Dale Earnhardt Jr.: Chase Elliott likely ‘embarrassed’ by rookie hype

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — If there was one thing most striking about Chase Elliott at NASCAR media day Tuesday — more than his youth, his resemblance to his legendary father or the swarm of reporters surrounding the 20-year-old rookie — it was how refined he seemed. Primed to replace the extremely popular Jeff Gordon in the Hendrick Motorsports No. 24 Chevrolet and blessed to...
February 16, 2016  |  Discuss

Tony Stewart to miss Daytona 500 after ATV accident, back injury

Tony Stewart’s retirement season is off to a bumpy start. After injuring his back in an ATV accident Sunday, the three-time NASCAR champion will miss the start of the Sprint Cup season, Stewart-Haas Racing announced Thursday. Stewart underwent surgery Wednesday to a burst fracture of his L1 vertebra. .@TonyStewart Injury Update from Stewart-Haas
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February 04, 2016  |  Discuss

Top NASCAR Moments Of 2015: Jeff Gordon Rides Off Into Sunset (Videos, Photos)

NASCAR was filled with shocking and exciting moments in 2015. Dale Earnhardt Jr. got engaged away from the track, Kevin Harvick began his championship defense with two wins and two second place finishes, and Danica Patrick raced in a GoDaddy car for the final time — but none of those even made our final list. Jeff Gordon did, though. The 44-year-old is final saying goodbye to the...
December 24, 2015  |  Discuss

NSCS: Gordon honored as first Chevrolet Lifetime Achievement Award recipient

LAS VEGAS – Thursday in Las Vegas, NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France kicked off the NASCAR NMPA Myers Brothers 2015 Awards Luncheon by celebrating Jeff Gordon, noting the impact he has left for drivers that will follow in his footsteps. “Can you put back in more than you take out?” France said of Gordon’s impact on the sport. “Nobody’s done that better than Jeff Gordon...
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December 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Jeff Gordon’s final race provides most watched NASCAR finale since 2005

It has been a while since NASCAR got to enjoy some good news when it came to viewership, but even a rain delay couldn’t keep a record number of people from watching Jeff Gordon compete in his final race and Kyle Busch win his first Sprint Cup championship after missing 11 races with a broken leg and foot. NBC enjoyed significant gains in viewership for the final race of the season...
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November 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Jeff Gordon Wins At Martinsville To Secure Spot In Sprint Cup Title Race

MARTINSVILLE, Va. — Jeff Gordon earned an automatic berth in NASCAR’s championship race — where he’ll try to win a fifth title in his final season — with a victory Sunday at Martinsville Speedway. He has Matt Kenseth to thank for his spot in the final four of the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship. Kenseth intentionally wrecked Joey Logano — payback from an incident...
November 01, 2015  |  Discuss

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