Jeff Gordon to retire after this season

Jeff Gordon Will Retire From FullTime Racing After 2015 Season


Jeff Gordon, the charismatic four-time Nascar champion who became the face of the stock car series as it exploded in popularity a generation ago, will retire as a full-time driver after the 2015.

4time NASCAR champ Jeff Gordon could retire if back problems don't


NASCAR Hall of Fame driver Jeff Gordon will trade in the microphone for the front office at Hendrick Motorsports. The four-time NASCAR Cup Series champion will become the second-ranking member of.

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Jeff Gordon is prepared to retire if he can win a fifth NASCAR championship.. Gordon insists he'd retire with 5th Cup title. 10y. New prizes, new groups and tiebreaker madness: What's next for.

Jeff Gordon to retire as fulltime driver after 2015 season Daily Press


Four-time NASCAR Cup champion Jeff Gordon is to retire from full-time competition after the 2015 season . Published Jan 22, 2015, 3:19 PM . Copy link. Share on Facebook. Share on Twitter.

Jeff Gordon to be Fox guest analyst for NASCAR's Xfinity series


View Gallery. Four-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jeff Gordon is coming out of retirement for one weekend to compete in a Porsche Carrera Cup North America race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, to.

NASCAR star Jeff Gordon to retire as driver after 2015 CTV News


Jeff Gordon is undeniably one of the greatest drivers in NASCAR Cup Series history. The four-time champion won an impressive 93 races before stepping away from full-time racing in 2015. In retirement, he worked as an analyst for Fox's NASCAR coverage before exiting after last season to focus on his full-time job as vice chairman at Hendrick Motorsports, preparing for his role to run the.

Jeff Gordon to retire after this season


If you're a longtime NASCAR fan, you probably remember the sight of Jeff Gordon and his rainbow car tearing around the track. Whether you loved him or hated him, his Dupont number 24 car was an inescapable part of the motorsports landscape; more often than not, it found its way to the front of the pack.. Despite his success on the track, Jeff Gordon retired from racing in 2016.

Jeff Gordon may retire if he wins Sprint Cup


Jeff Gordon, the charismatic four-time NASCAR champion who became the face of the sport as it exploded in popularity a generation ago, said Thursday that he will retire as a full-time driver after.

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April 28, 2022 · 2 min read. Thirty years ago, a rookie driver named Jeff Gordon ran his first race for the NASCAR team owned by Hendrick Motorsports. Within several seasons, Gordon developed into a championship driver while creating an on-track rivalry with hard-nosed racer Dale Earnhardt Sr. [Trip with Gordon paid dividends for Byron at.

Jeff Gordon will retire as fulltime NASCAR driver after 2015 season


That feeling didn't really ever go away. Jeff Gordon would go on to chalk up 92 Sprint Cup wins, four championships, 3 Daytona 500 victories, and set a record for 5 wins at the Brickyard 500. He.

Jeff Gordon to retire as fulltime driver after 2015 NASCAR season


Jeff Gordon, the charismatic four-time NASCAR champion who became the face of the sport as it exploded in popularity a generation ago, said Thursday that he will retire as a full-time driver after.

Jeff Gordon transcended NASCAR throughout Hall of Fame career


Gordon at the 2016 Brickyard 400, his first race since his retirement. In 2014, Gordon recorded four wins, starting at the May Kansas race; 2007 was the last time he had won at least four times in a season.. Jeff Gordon Boulevard - In 1999, Pittsboro, Indiana renamed County Road 275 East,.

NASCAR Legend Jeff Gordon is Missing More Than 30 Million From His


No, Gordon didn't win a fifth championship in his final race. He gave it a good shot and wound up sixth in the Ford EcoBoost 400, at Homestead-Miami Speedway, and third in the final standings of.

Jeff Gordon, fourtime NASCAR champion, to retire as fulltime driver


Jeff Gordon, who announced his retirement Thursday from NASCAR Sprint Cup racing at the end of this season, was the first of the American open-wheel midget and sprint car racers

Jeff Gordon plans to be a driving force in his final season in NASCAR


In a recent interview, Gordon revealed that the decision to retire was prompted by health reasons and not because he lost the appetite to compete at the top level of stock car racing. "I started having some back issues, some lower back pain and spasms and pain in the car probably around, I mean it probably even goes back to 2005 or 2006.

Jeff Gordon, with a nagging back injury, a young family he wanted


Jeff Gordon's legacy is far-reaching, but he will be remembered most as a humble star who became NASCAR's greatest ambassador.. Gordon, who will retire from full-time racing following the 2015.