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After last race, Jeff Gordon gives special invitation to dedicated longtime fan

Jeff Gordon greets fans at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Jonathan Ferrey NASCARDespite falling short of a fifth championship in the final race of his legendary career, Jeff Gordon was in an extremely appreciative mood after Sunday's 2015 Sprint Cup finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.In addition to giving his final driving helmet to team owner Rick Hendrick moments after the race ended...
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Larry Mac: The biggest surprises of the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season

Jeff Gordon (24) and Martin Truex Jr. (78) both made the Championship 4 -- feats that seemed unlikely at one time. Brian Lawdermilk/Getty ImagesWhen I look back at the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup season, there are probably way too many pleasant surprises that came about to list. I would even be hard-pressed trying to rank them in order. Probably, though, at the top of my list would have...
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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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Chasing the Championship – A Champion is Crowned

Harrelson Photography Inc. Posted By: David Morgan – Follow at @damorgan86 November 24, 2015 Entering Homestead, four drivers (Kyle Busch, Jeff Gordon, Kevin Harvick, and Martin Truex, Jr.) had a shot at scoring the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship. It all would come down to which of the four would cross the finish line first. The 2014 championship came down to a race...
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NSCS: Jeff Gordon Completes Sprint Cup Series Career with Sixth Place Finish

797 starts, four championships, 93 wins, 325 top-fives and 475 top-10s with 24,929 laps led over the course of his career just touch the surface when it comes to the career of Jeff Gordon. On Sunday evening while the sport celebrated a brand new champion, another champion rode off into the sunset. The Ford EcoBoost 400 marked Jeff Gordon’s final race as a Sprint Cup Series competitor...
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Farewell ride: Jeff Gordon's bid for fifth title falls short at Homestead

Jeff Gordon finished sixth in his No. 24 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet in Sunday's Championship 4 race at Homestead-Miami Speedway, closing out his storied driving career. Jared C. Tilton/NASCAR via Getty ImagesThe perfect Hollywood ending wasn't meant to be.Jeff Gordon, making the 797th and final start of his illustrious NASCAR Sprint Cup Series career, fell short on Sunday night...
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Jeff Gordon driving silver Axalta car for final race at Homestead (Photos)

Will the final race of Jeff Gordon’s NASCAR career be a memorable one for the winner of 93 races? Fans looking to see what Gordon’s final ride will look like have to go no further than this page. Below are more photos of Gordon’s Homestead car. Gordon will get in his No. 24 Chevrolet for the final time this weekend at Homestead Miami Speedway eyeing his fifth NASCAR Sprint...
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Throwback Thursday – Jeff Gordon

28 April 1996, Talladega, Alabama© 1996, Nigel KinradeNKP Posted by Brandon Whitton – follow on twitter @whittonbm In the final edition of Throwback Thursday for 2015, we take a look back at the illustrious stock car career of Jeff Gordon, who is scheduled to retire at the conclusion of the Ford 400 this Sunday at Homestead-Miami Speedway. 1990: October 20 – Driving the...
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Chasing the Championship – The Championship Field is Set

HHP/Garry Eller Posted By: David Morgan – Follow at @damorgan86 November 17, 2015 The Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup is nearly complete, with Sunday’s Quicken Loans Race for Heroes 500 at Phoenix determining which drivers would be joining Jeff Gordon in next weekend’s championship race in Homestead. Entering the day, seven drivers would be vying for the remaining three spots...
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Gordon, xxxxxx into final round, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series point standings after Texas

Jeff Gordon is the only driver guaranteed into the final round at Homestead Miami Speedway. Three more drivers will join them for a shot at the championship. Currently six driver remain eligible for a shot at the championship. The final race of the Eliminator round will take place next weekend at Phoenix. Below are the full NASCAR Sprint Cup Series point standings after the AAA...
17 days ago  |  Discuss

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