Four-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jeff Gordon will make his return to the Rolex 24 At Daytona for the first time in 10 years as Wayne Taylor Racing today confirmed Gordon alongside full-season co-drivers Jordan and Ricky Taylor and endurance driver Max Angelelli as the driver lineup in the No. 10 Konica Minolta Cadillac DPi-V.R for the 55th Rolex 24 At Daytona.
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At the Canadian Motor Speedway display at The Motorama Custom Car & Motorsports Expo
One of the highlights of four-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jeff Gordon’s final NASCAR Sprint Cup season last year was his milestone 93rd career series win at Martinsville, Virginia to advance to the final four in The Chase for The NASCAR Sprint Cup.
Jeff Gordon made his 2016 season debut with the FOX NASCAR broadcasting team on FS1’s “Race Hub” Monday.
Tom Cruise, Brian France, Jeff Gordon – NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards Banquet
The sport fittingly crowned a first-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion, Kyle Busch, in what was a transformational season that saw the championship format produce a series of records, milestones and firsts on and off the track.
93 laps short of its scheduled distance of 312 laps
A serendipitous sequence of pit stops and a drizzle that turned into a downpour made a winner of Dale Earnhardt Jr. in Sunday night’s Quicken Loans Race for Heroes 500 at Phoenix International Raceway, the start of which was delayed from day to night by rain in the afternoon.
MTO conditionally approves Bowen Road/QEW Interchange plan
After a lengthy and highly detailed process with The Ministry of Transportation of The Province of Ontario ( MTO ), Canadian Motor Speedway ( CMS ) has received notice that CMS will not be required to upgrade to a four lane structure and that a two-lane Bowen Road/Queen Elizabeth Highway interchange will be sufficient as long as certain conditions are met.
Richmond International Raceway goes gold to honor Jeff Gordon and Support Childhood Cancer Awareness
“Jeff has had a tremendous impact on this sport”- Dennis Bickmeier
September is national Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and patients, families, researchers and charities, including the Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation and Richmond International Raceway are rallying to bring awareness and raise funds for childhood cancer research, treatment, patient support and survivorship issues.
Gordon will be one of several drivers looking to clinch a spot in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup with a win this weekend
Whirling his No. 24 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet at 127.333 mph around Watkins Glen International, Jeff Gordon soared to the top of the leaderboard on his first lap during Friday’s final Sprint Cup Series practice at the New York road course.
Drivers adjust to less horsepower, get data in first session under 2015 rules
Jamie McMurray was fastest in the opening session, Jeff Gordon in the second. And defending NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Kevin Harvick was third fastest in both as teams spent nearly four hours testing here Thursday at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Stewart-Haas Racing teammate Kurt Busch also caught up
A wreck involving Tony Stewart on Lap 68 brought out the second red flag of the Sprint Unlimited. Stewart was running inside the top three at the time of the wreck, when he appeared to get loose and then made contact with Greg Biffle. The red flag was withdrawn within a few minutes.
Comparing Larson to some of the all-time greats
Kyle Larson completed one of the best rookie season in premier series history in 2014. While Victory Lane was just out of grasp for the 22-year-old, his overall numbers were comparable to some of the greatest drivers in NASCAR history.
Harvick, Hamlin, Logano and Newman make up final four Chasers
A victory at Phoenix—and a dominating one at that—was exactly what Kevin Harvick needed to keep his hopes for a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship alive.