Jeff Gordon

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Jeffery Michael "Jeff" Gordon was born August 4, 1971 in Vallejo, CA. He drives the No. 24 Drive to End Hunger/Axalta Coating Systems Chevrolet SS for Hendrick Motorsports in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. He is a four-time series champion and a three-time Daytona 500 winner. He is third on the all-time wins list with 87 career wins, and has the most wins in NASCAR's modern era (1972–present) In 2009, Gordon became the first NASCAR driver to reach $100 million USD in career winnings. Gordon, along with Rick Hendrick, are the co-owners of the No. 48 Lowe's Chevrolet, driven by Jimmie Johnson, who won five consecutive Cup championships from 2006 to 2010. Gordon also has an equity stake in his own No. 24 team.


1995 Winston Cup Series Champion

1997 Winston Cup Series Champion

1998 Winston Cup Series Champion

2001 Winston Cup Series Champion


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Submitted by LaCresha Lawson (not verified) on

My son was around 2 when he saw the movie, "cars." He is twelve now. We were given a poster of you when he was about 8 by a neighbor. So, you became his favorite racecar driver and I see that you are good at your profession! Maybe some day we can see you race before you retire whenever that happens. Thank you!


A loving Mom, LaCresha

Submitted by Monicakuruc (not verified) on

Hey Jeff it's amber just want u to tell u that my grampa who is 64 was diagnosed with 4th stage cancer any things ant going go my gramps has been a fan for years he watches ever race his favorite number is 24 I was just writing you cause I wanted to let u no your big fan in the world ant doing good and I was hoping you could help me out an maybe sing some thing for him or some thing that would make my grampa feel a little better please if u can contact me that would me the world thank you your such a good racer me an my gramps always watch you for years an u just won November 1 that was the day of my grampas birthday he was so happy you won any ways if u could rite me back thank you for your time

Submitted by Chris Harmon (not verified) on

Hey my name is Chris, i see you on the tv and im sad that you are not racing anymore. I was wondering who would be in your car next year. Please write me back my birthday is August 6th.Your buddy, Chirs

Submitted by StrokerMcgurk (not verified) on

Congratulations on going to work as a broadcaster for Fox and the NASCAR stock car races. You do a great job at your new profession. Personally, I wish you had not been paired up with the most annoying, overbearing, egotistical partner they could have possibly found. The blowhard, 'Darl'. And to put salt on the wound they added his 'fruitcake' brother, Mikey. These guys don't do the racing scene any good. The best of luck to you. StrokerMcgurk.

Submitted by Brett Campbell (not verified) on

Mr. Jeff Gordon,

Hello, hopefully this reaches you. My name is Brett Camobell. I work in law enforcement wth the Thurston County Sheriff's Office in Washington. I was hoping for you to possibly coming to our pursuit driving week in November. I'm an EVOC (emergency vehicle operations course) instructor and would like to know if it would be possible for you to come and possibly help for a day with our driving. It is a great cause and helps us learn. Also I run a golf tournament called Sheriff's Cup Classic, which is a scramble golf tournament that benefits the Boys &Girls Club of Thurston County. All benefits go towards the BGCTC. Hope to hear back soon. Thanks.


Submitted by Steve (not verified) on

To whom it may concern,

My best friend is getting married in 3 months from now. Since he was a little boy, he could not stop talking about Jeff Gordon. He owns tons of Jeff Gordon apparel and even made crazy efforts to watch all of Jeff's races even when living 6000 miles from america! He is getting married in New York in February, I know it is an impossibility to have Jeff actually show up at the wedding. However, is there some sort of way we can have some sort of gift for him from Mr. Gordon for his wedding? Even if it cant be an appearance, perhaps a 20 second video congratulating him on his marriage. This would make his year, no, his life!

Our friend idolizes Mr. Gordon and the groomsmen and I are racing to find some way to gift him in a way he will never forget it.

We are willing to collect money and pay for anything we can get.

Is there anyway you can help us?

Thank you,


Submitted by Keith Haun (not verified) on

Hello, my mother in law and father in law are in the late 70's and early 80's. They watched you race every Sunday for most of your career. Fact is went to many. My mother in law has ahlziemers and is in the early stages. I am writing in wonder if you could visit them. They have a trophy case of all the cars you've raced. If not your number one fans, maybe second place. Please if you could make a dream of there's come true, could you visit them?

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