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When Jeff Gordon hits the track at Michigan International Speedway he will do so driving the No. 24 Axalta Standox Chevrolet.
The car features a paint scheme from renowned NASCAR artist Sam Bass, who has designed over 50 different schemes for Gordon.
Gordon’s latest paint scheme look similar to the days of DuPont on the No. 24 to fans who have followed the four-time Cup champion’s career, save the blue and white.
Two times Gordon has found victory at the 2 mile Michigan International Speedway. In 41 career starts Gordon has 25 top ten finishes and average finish of 12.4. Earlier this year Gordon finished 39th after being involved in an early race crash.
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For the past 21 years, Sam Bass' artwork has been brought to life onboard the No. 24 Chevrolet with Jeff Gordon driving to championships as well as numerous victories together.
Beginning in 1992, Bass worked with Gordon and Hendrick Motorsports to unveil the "Rainbow Warrior" paint scheme that became synonymous with the team. Since that time, Bass has designed over...
One year ago Jeff Gordon was able to sneak his way into the Chase for the Sprint Cup. He was able to get a second place finish, which bumped out Kyle Busch in the very last race. This year he won’t be so lucky.
Entering this weekend’s race at the Michigan International Speedway he sits 13th in points. He is 15 points behind 10th place, so not all is lost for his cause. The problem...
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Written By: Brian Eberly, @beberly18
August 13, 2013
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