Jeff Gordon is the second-richest NASCAR driver, with an estimated net worth of about $200 million. He owned 51% of Jimmie Johnson’s No. 48 Chevrolet as of 2015 when Johnson was the driver. He captured seven Sprint Cup Series titles, 93 Cup Series races, and the 1997 Daytona 500. Today’s shout-out is to this incredible character Jeff Gordon. 

Gordon began his career by winning three of his first four races (including two at Atlanta Motor Speedway). During those years, he was still just a teenager; this included winning both poles for that year’s American Revolution 200 race at Talladega Superspeedway on April 30th, 1989. and later becoming one of only three drivers to score an overall victory at Martinsville Speedway with his runner-up finish in 1992. However, it was in 1993 that he finally got his first cup title after finishing third place during the final round held at Phoenix International Raceway – where he scored another victory later that season!

Does Jeff Gordon own a race car? 

Yes, but he doesn’t drive it anymore. As of 2015, Gordon’s last year as a NASCAR driver, he owned 51% of the No. 48 Chevrolet. The team is currently under the ownership of Rick Hendrick in partnership with Gordon and Drive to End Hunger.

Journey of Gordon

Gordon began his career in 1991 and won 93 Cup Series races and 7 Sprint Cup Series championships. He then Daytona 500 in 1997 before retiring from racing at age 42 after suffering injuries from a crash during practice for that year’s Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on July 23rd, 2014, where he was driving for Chip Ganassi Racing (GCR).Jeff Gordon

Jeff Gordon no longer owns one car; he used to own several cars! 

As of January 2020, Gordons are selling their 1986 Chevy Corvette for $2900. The car is in the best condition and has been kept in a garage. It also comes with a nice set of wheels that give it the look and feel of being driven by Jeff Gordon (or someone who knows what they’re doing).

Chevrolet built the vehicle during its NASCAR era when it started making racecars mainly designed for competition on dirt tracks or paved road courses. Such as those found at Daytona International Speedway or Talladega Superspeedway, where these vehicles raced competitively during their heyday before becoming extinct due to technological advances. Over time which made them less effective as well as hardier designs coming out now like Tesla Model 3s, which have better acceleration than any other electric vehicle ever made.”

Hendrick and Gordon

Owner of the Hendrick Motorsports team Rick Hendrick has been open about his plans for Jeff Gordon to take on a more significant leadership position within the company. Before being accepted into the Hall of Fame of the National Motorsports Press Association, Gordon talked openly about the possibility of assuming more responsibility. NASCAR

Since early January, when he extended his multi-year contract with the network, Gordon has been employed by FOX Sports as a race analyst. But 69-year-old Hendrick isn’t quite ready to give up his position as owner just yet. Gordon stated that he enjoys working as a live broadcaster and that he adores the business side of managing a race team.

In 2012, Jeff Gordon was inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame in its third class of inductees.

In addition to being nominated in 2017 for the Motorsports Hall of Fame, Jeff Gordon was inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame in 2012.

Jeff Gordon was inducted into the International Motorsports Hall of Fame in 2018.

Jeff Gordon is one of the best and most successful NASCAR drivers in history, but he no longer owns a race car. He used to be very active in racing, owning several cars and many teams. However, after he retired from driving in 2015, he sold off all his equipment because he wanted to be free.

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