JGL Racing announced Wednesday that Dylan Lupton will drive a replica of four-time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion’s Jeff Gordon No. 24 Rainbow Warriors paint scheme during the NASCAR XFINITY Series race at Darlington Raceway on Sept. 2.
NASCAR legend Jeff Gordon will drive the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 pace car to lead the field to the start of the 24th annual Brickyard 400 on July 23 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Thanks to a controversial bump-and-run with seven minutes remaining and a subsequent no-call by the officials, Wayne Taylor Racing got their Cinderella story at Daytona Int’l Speedway on Sunday afternoon.
Preparing for the start of Saturday’s 55th annual Rolex 24 at Daytona, Jeff Gordon joked that he wasn’t at all prepared for the ‘culture shock’ of working with the Taylor brothers during the twice-around-the-clock endurance classic.
Four-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jeff Gordon, who was part of the driver lineup when Wayne Taylor Racing competed in its first-ever race in 2007, will return to the team as a co-driver for the 2017 Rolex 24 at Daytona.
As the 2016 season NASCAR Sprint Cup Series is nearing it’s conclusion, so too is the window for Jeff Gordon.
For the past 14 years, nobody has been more dominate in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, quite the way Jimmie Johnson has. Whenever a new challenger would present themselves to the fight, Johnson would seem to find a way to end up leaps and bounds better than his competition, almost turning on a switch and lighting a fire so bright it could be seen from space.
In sport, nothing quite puts fans on the edge of their seat like a good playoff race.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. will miss the next two NASCAR Sprint Cup Series events as he continues to recover from a concussion, having not been cleared by doctors to resume racing.
Two legacies ended when the checkered flag dropped on the Combat Wounded Coalition 400 on Sunday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Jeff Gordon battled through a day in which he called his restarts “just plain bad,” finishing 13th in his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series start since November of 2015 on Sunday as he returned to Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
It’s official, four-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Jeff Gordon is coming out of retirement, at least for two more races.