Jeff Gordon concluded his NASCAR driving career with a 6th place finish at Homestead-Miami Speedway in the Ford Ecoboost 400. Gordon finished 3rd in the final points standings. Kyle Busch won the race and claimed his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship by finishing a spot ahead of Kevin … [Read More...]
As the kid in the back seat dental viral video says, “Is this real life?” I too ask, is this real life? It certainly feels very surreal 24 hours after watching my Nascar hero call it career in Miami. I kept thinking, “c’mon Jeff, one more year” and why not finish next year to make it 24 full seasons to match that iconic #24! Well, alll good things must come to an end and the torch has been passed to a new generation of drivers. Will any of them become as iconic as Jeff Gordon? Only time and history will tell. In a weekend where we saw a football legend coach his last home game for Virginia Tech and then Jeff racing his last race it’s been a bittersweet 48 hours to say the least. I almost feel like I’ve lost a friend or a loved one but time moves on, we’ll find new interests and perhaps new drivers and new things that get our sports juices flowing! We’ve been posting just about every in-car audio clip of Jeff’s career going back to 2002 out of sheer fanaticism much like yourself if you are reading this or visit the site with any regularity. I have enjoyed conversing with many of you via email and social media and I thoroughly enjoyed your company through the tough times and the many more good times. I also very sincerely thank you all for becoming regular visitors of my humble Jeff Gordon website. The site will continue on but just in a different direction. We’ll still focus on the greatest driver of our generation with the latest news, info and tidbits of Jeff’s new path in life. While we’ll miss him in that 24 Chevy, I can’t wait to see what he adds in the broadcast booth and other endeavors. Jeff Gordon retirement? Not really, we’ll see him again real soon in Daytona! Again, thanks for the ride for the last 13 years!
Love, Peace and Engine Grease!
With a final race of a storied career comes no shortage of video coverage of this historic event. Below are some of the more interesting video clips chronicling Jeff’s final race of his 23 career at Homestead-Miami Speedway on 11/22/15. A fan’s perspective on Jeff leading the race as the crowd goes wild! […]
There was plenty of fireworks between Jeff and crew chief Alan Gustafson while discussing pit strategy late in the Axalta 400 at Pocono. I can’t ever recall such a heated exchange between Jeff and crew over the radio before. Was this just the heat of the battle or something deeper? Thoughts? MP3 version: MP3 Download
Closing laps recap of the AdvoCare 500 at Atlanta. Incredible duel between teammates Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson. Victory Lane coverage from Atlanta Listen to Jeff’s in-car audio from Atlanta here!
Jeff Gordon was on a mad dash to catch eventual race winner Paul Menard. Jeff came up just a bit short from his 5th Brickyard 400 but the day belonged to Menard who won is first ever Sprint Cup race. Jeff Gordon post race pit road interview after a 2nd place finish at the 2011 […]
After a nearly 7-hour delay for rain, the race began under the lights. Gordon started 11th and dropped a spot in the opening laps. He gained the spot back prior to the competition caution on lap 40. After restarting in 10th, he moved to 8th by lap 60. Gordon took 7th from Kyle Larson and […]
With nothing on the line at Texas Motor Speedway, Jeff Gordon drove the Axalta Chevrolet to a 9th place finish. With his victory at Martinsville the previous week, Gordon is already locked into the championship race at Homestead as one of four drivers to compete for the title. Gordon started 18th and ran 14th when […]
In a day that stretched into night and a race marred by mayhem, Gordon passed AJ Allmendinger with 22 laps to go to win the Goody’s 500 on the sport’s most historic track. With the victory, Gordon’s very first of his final season, he is now guaranteed to be one of four racers who will […]
Jeff Gordon finished 3rd at Talladega to advance to Round 3 of the NASCAR Chase. Gordon ran in the top-10 for most of the event, and tied his best finish of the 2015 season. He posted top-10 finishes in all 3 races in Round 2. Gordon started on the pole and led the opening 8 […]