Chase Elliott will replace Jeff Gordon in the No. 24 Chevrolet when the four-time NASCAR champion gives up his seat at the end of this season.
Four-time NASCAR champion Jeff Gordon announced on Thursday that he will retire as a full-time driver after the 2015 season. Gordon is coming off one of his best seasons in years.
Kevin Harvick finally has a shot to win his first Sprint Cup championship, while Jeff Gordon was once again denied in his drive for No. 5.
Hendrick Motorsports will pay the $185,000 in fines levied against six crew members for their role in a post-race fight at Texas between Jeff Gordon and Brad Keselowski.
Brad Keselowski and Jeff Gordon avoided any penalty from NASCAR on Tuesday for their post-race fight at Texas. Two crew chiefs and four crew members from Hendrick Motorsports were punished for their roles in the brawl.
Denny Hamlin thinks most drivers don’t respect Brad Keselowski, and the contempt stems from the 2012 NASCAR champion’s refusal to show any remorse for his aggressive driving. Hamlin spoke during a national conference call on […]
Roger Penske has given his unwavering support to driver Brad Keselowski, who has now been involved in two post-race fights in four races.
Jeff Gordon was fighting mad about an “over-aggressive move” during the race at Texas, leading to a post-race confrontation with Brad Keselowski and a big melee.
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.