The closest Jeff Gordon will ever come to leading the Indy 500 will be in the pace car.
Hendrick 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 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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The 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.
Jeff Gordon had no qualms with qualifying after he and Hendrick Motorsports teammate Jimmie Johnson outsmarted the field Sunday to sweep the front row for the Daytona 500.
It’s time to buckle up for what’s going to be Gordon’s final ride. The four-time NASCAR champion will give up full-time driving at the end of 2015.
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.