Jeff Gordon and Hendrick Motorsports have worked together since the racer once known as “ wonder boy” joined the NASCAR Cup Series with a single race at Atlanta in 1992.
Not everyone gets to go back to their racing roots, but Jeff Gordon, a five-time winner at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in the Brickyard 400 NASCAR Cup Series race, did just that on Thursday, June 17 on The Dirt Track at IMS.
The 1999 Daytona 500 was the 41st incarnation of this exciting event, and was memorable for winner Jeff Gordon’s three-wide pass.
Davey Allison, Jeff Gordon, Alan Kulwicki, Roger Penske and Jack Roush comprise the 10th Class of the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
The man, the myth, the legend isn’t calling it quits just yet.
Jeff Gordon and Alex Bowman have been subbing for Junior lately, and will continue to do so for the rest of the 2016 season. However, should they be?
Chase Elliott has become the youngest driver to ever win the Daytona 500 pole at the age of 20.
Tony Stewart’s impending retirement is bittersweet for fans in more ways than one.
He’s projected as NASCAR’s next big thing, potentially becoming the face of the sport if his success level equals his talent level.
Kyle Busch took his first Sprint Cup Championship at Homestead, while Jeff Gordon had an exciting and emotional finish to his career.