The 43-year-old Gordon won his first Cup race at MIS since 2001, the same year he won his most recent championship on NASCAR’s top series.
3M has reached a three-year deal with Hendrick Motorsports and will serve as Jeff Gordon’s primary sponsor for 11 races a season starting in 2015.
NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon ‘won’t have a choice’ but to retire if he experiences the same pain in his back he did before last weekend’s Coca-Cola 600.
Don’t pay attention to the lack of wins with just Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s season-opening Daytona 500 victory in the ledger. Instead, see three of the Hendrick superstars are in the top five in points.
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Jeff Gordon is prepared to retire if he can win a fifth NASCAR championship.
Jeff Gordon crashed in Sunday’s race at Texas Motor Speedways, a week after his victory returned him to contention in the NASCAR Sprint Cup championship.
The four-time Cup champion is just happy to be in the conversation with three races left in the season. And it’s better than the questions he was getting earlier this season about retiring or what changes were needed for his team.
Gordon pulled into the championship picture Sunday with a win at Martinsville Speedway, his first of the season, to move from fifth to third in the Sprint Cup standings with three races remaining.
By the end of the weekend, the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship could be a whole lot clearer — or just a big ol’ mess.
Considering where Jeff Gordon was after Richmond, left out of the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship in part due to some late-race shenanigans, he couldn’t have been happier on Sunday.
These are strange times in NASCAR, where everything has turned upside down in the blink of an eye.