Earnhardt To Miss Rest Of NASCAR Season With ConcussionEarnhardt to miss rest of NASCAR season with concussion.
Earnhardt Assures "I'm Not Ready To Quit" RacingIn his first public appearance since suffering a concussion, Dale Earnhardt Jr. said that he's not ready to stop racing. NASCAR's most popular driver has missed the last three races while he recovers.
Jeff Gordon Readies For The Brickyard In Surprising NASCAR ReturnIndianapolis and Pocono may not be the only stops on Jeff Gordon's comeback tour.
Jeff Gordon Coming Out Of Retirement To Replace Earnhardt At IndyDale Earnhardt Jr. will miss two more races as he recovers from concussion-like symptoms and retired NASCAR champion Jeff Gordon will replace him at Indianapolis and Pocono.
Retired NASCAR Champion Jeff Gordon May Race For Dale Jr. Four-time NASCAR champion Jeff Gordon could come out of retirement next weekend and drive the No. 88 Chevrolet if Dale Earnhardt Jr. is not cleared to race.
Jeff Gordon Finishes 6th In His Final NASCAR RaceJeff Gordon climbed out of his race car and stepped into the waiting arms of team owner Rick Hendrick. Gordon failed to add a fairytale finish to his storied career on Sunday.
TMS Ponies Up For Retiring NASCAR Icon Jeff GordonTexas Motor Speedway presented Gordon with retirement gifts on Friday. His final start at TMS happens Sunday.
Gordon Says He'll Never Race In Indy 500The closest Jeff Gordon will ever come to leading the Indy 500 will be in the pace car.
Elliott Bringing NAPA To No. 24 In 2016Hendrick Motorsports announced Wednesday that NAPA has signed a three-year deal to be the majority sponsor for Chase Elliott, who will replace Jeff Gordon next season.
NASCAR Fans Gather For Races At Texas Motor SpeedwayNASCAR fans from across the U.S. have winded their way to Fort Worth this weekend for Friday night's O'Reilly 300 and Saturday night's Sprint Cup race.
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Jeff Gordon Calls It 'Highly Unlikely' He'll Race In 2016The four-time NASCAR champion announced last month this will be his final year as a full-time driver, but he did not use the word retirement.