Action Day Brings Promise
July 22 - - In late June, I attened Childhood Cancer Action Days in Washington, D.C. hosted by the Alliance for Childhood Cancer. The two-day event consisted of advocacy training followed by visits with Congressional representatives and Senators. Jackson Panzarello's inspiration brought me to Capitol Hill in June. What I found there were hundreds of impassionated advocates and teammates fighting to end childhood cancer. I knew in my heart that these were indeed the committed people who will change the world and improve the outcomes for all children diagnosed with cancer. Thank you, Fight On.

Essay: Childhood Cancer Action Day 2014

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    Lost Gamble
    July 14 - - Brad Keselowski dominated the Camping World 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway by leading nearly half of the race en route to his second win in the last three weeks. Jeff Gordon finished 26th after an up and down day where he made a late race gamble to make it to the finish on fuel, but came up 3 laps short when the race went into extra time. Gordon was running 3rd in the closing stages and moved to 2nd when Denny Hamlin came to pit road under caution on lap 299. However, Gordon ran out of fuel one lap later and needed a push to the pits from a safety vehicle. Nevertheless, he holds a 12 point lead in the NASCAR standings. It snapped his streak of 17 consecutive top-15 finishes at Loudon. It's the first time he finished outside the top-15 on a non-restrictor plate track since November 2013 at Texas.

    Loudon race recap

    Fight On Against Pediatric Cancer
    As you may know, I didn't start a website about Jeff Gordon with the intention of raising money to fight pediatric cancer. Two years ago, Jackson Panzarello forever altered the course of my life. Jackson's battle against cancer sparked my efforts to give more children a fighting chance against the disease. I have many teammates who open their hearts and wallets every time I have a pediatric cancer fundraising event. Whether you've donated $5, $500, or $5,000, your continued support means to the world to me. My fundraising efforts are directly tied to the power of teamwork. It is truly, as the inscription at Hendrick Motorsports reads, "the fuel that allows common people to produce uncommon results." Please consider a donation and join our team in the fight against pediatric cancer.

    Essay: "False Echoes" - On life, loss, and the everlasting impact of Jackson Panzarello

    Oct 24-28: A long weekend in Southern California in honor of the inspiration who put me on this incredible path to make a difference in the fight against childhood cancer. It was humbling to read the piece on USC's website about my pediatric cancer fundraising efforts in honor of Jackson Panzarello to support The Jeff Gordon Children's Foundation, Kick-It, and CureSearch.
    Read: "Fighting On for Jackson"

    Homecoming Game: Trip to Charlotte on Sept 11 for a Kick It event with my amazing teammates in our mutual fight to end childhood cancer.
    PIC: 'The Boys In The Band'

    JGCF Annual Report - Honored to be featured in The Jeff Gordon Children's Foundation Annual Report (p.15 of PDF, p.27 of report)

    Making A Difference
    Pediatric cancer fundraising total: $69,905*

    Jeff Gordon Children's Foundation: $10,627
    St. Baldrick's Foundation: $150

    Jeff Gordon Children's Foundation: $20,300
    Kick It for Children's Cancer: $5,140
    St. Baldrick's Foundation: $159
    Marnie Jude Foundation: $32

    Jeff Gordon Children's Foundation: $12,681
    Kick It for Children's Cancer: $12,608
    CureSearch: $737

    Jeff Gordon Children's Foundation: $1,752
    CureSearch: $5,719

    *Since 2011

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    Brickyard 400

    Starts 19
    Poles 0
    Wins 1
    Top-5 6
    Top-10 13
    DNF's 0

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    Track Finish
    Michigan 6
    Sonoma 2
    Kentucky 6
    Daytona 12
    Loudon 26

    2001- Jeff Gordon passes Ricky Rudd in turn 1 on the final lap at Michigan to claim the 100th Cup win for Hendrick Motorsports.
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