Continuing Onward with FOX
January 10 - - Jeff Gordon recently agreed to a new multi-year deal as a race analyst with FOX Sports. "It was a 'no-brainer' for me, even more so this time around," Gordon said after initially agreeing to a 3-year deal after stepping out of the #24 car following the 2015 season. "The first time, I didn't exactly know what I was getting myself into. I didn't know whether I was going to be any good at it, if I was going to enjoy it. I've enjoyed it a lot. I think it's a great transition out of driving the car and what comes along with the competition and the teamwork that goes into being a driver. It's a great transition because you work with a team of people, the competition is probably you yourself and trying to push yourself to get better."

West Coast HOF: Jeff Gordon is one of 20 racing luminaries on this year's list of West Coast Stock Car Hall of Fame nominees. Gordon, who was born in Vallejo and lived in California until he was 13, is third on the all-time victory list at NASCAR's highest level with 93. The West Coast Stock Car Hall of Fame will hold its inductions on Thursday, June 20, 2019 to kick of the NASCAR weekend at Sonoma Raceway. Gordon's stepfather, John Bickord, was inducted in 2016 and now serves on the board of directors for the West Coast Stock Car Hall of Fame. Gordon isn't the only marquee driver on a list that includes four-time Indianapolis 500 winner Rick Mears, Tom Sneva, Tommy Kendall, and George Follmer, among others.

2019 Hall of Fame: Jeff Gordon became the youngest person ever elected to the NASCAR Hall of Fame as he'll be inducted during a ceremony in Charlotte, N.C. in January 2019. Gordon was named on 96% of the voting ballots for the Hall of Fame. The other members of the Class of 2019 are Jack Roush, Roger Penske, Davey Allison, and Alan Kulwicki. In sharing his thoughts and emotions after it was announced he was one of five selectees, Gordon agreed that once again, timing was everything. "I've always said timing has been on my side throughout my career," Gordon said. "The timing couldn't be better to be in the Hall."

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    Starts 8
    Poles 0
    Wins 0
    Top-5 0
    Top-10 2
    DNF's 0

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    Track Finish
    Darlngton 14
    Richmond 16
    Dover 10
    Martnsville 6
    Rolex 24 1

    2017- Jeff Gordon teams with Ricky and Jordan Taylor, and Max Angelelli, to win the Rolex 24.
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