Jeff Gordon Online
The Sprint Cup Statistics area of the site encompasses Jeff
Gordon's Sprint Cup career. Highlighted first is the current
season followed by his career Sprint Cup statistics. Links
to each Sprint Cup season's individual stats and recap comes next.
The page concludes with some of his career highlights.
Note: Jeff's Busch/Nationwide/Xfinity series statistics can be found here.
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2014 SC Statistical recap
2013 SC Statistical recap
2012 SC Statistical recap
2011 SC Statistical recap
2010 SC Statistical recap
2009 SC Statistical recap
2008 SC Statistical recap
2007 SC Statistical recap
2006 SC statistical recap
2005 SC statistical recap
2004 SC statistical recap
2003 SC statistical recap
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1999 SC statistical recap
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1996 SC statistical recap
1995 SC statistical recap
1994 SC statistical recap
1993 SC statistical recap
-His first Winston Cup race was the final race of 1992; Richard Petty's final race.
-Won Rookie of the Year in 1993
-Won his first race in 1994. (Coca Cola 600 at Charlotte)
-Winner of the inaugural Brickyard 400 at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway
-Won all 3 segments of the Winston Select all star race at Charlotte in 1995
-Won 7 races and the Winston Cup title in 1995
-1996 True Value Man of the Year for charity involvement
-Premier 1996 Indiana Professional Athlete
-1997 Daytona 500 winner
-Winner of the 1997 Winston Select and the Coca-Cola at Charlotte in May
-Winner of the inaugural California 500
-Winner of the 1997 Winston Million
-1997 Winston Cup Champion
-Won his second consecutive Coca Cola 600 in 1998
-Recorded the largest payday in racing history by winning $1.6 million at the 1998 Brickyard 400
-Won 4 consecutive races from late July to late August 1998 tying a modern era record.
-Winner of the 1998 Pepsi 400; the inaugural night race at Daytona
-Tied modern era record with 13 wins in a season
-1998 Winston Cup Champion
-1999 Daytona 500 winner
-Won a record breaking six consecutive road courses events from 1997-2000
-Won his 50th career race at Talladega in April 2000.
-Won The Winston in a back-up car in 2001. Tied Dale Earnhardt for the most victories in the event (3).
-Became the first three-time winner of the Brickyard 400 (1994,1998,2001)
-With a win at Watkins Glen in 2001, became the all-time NASCAR winner on road courses with his 7th career win.
-2001 Winston Cup champion. Became only the third driver to win more than three Winston Cup titles.
-2001 True Value Man of the Year for charity involvement.
-All-time NASCAR leader for on-track earnings. Currently more than $120 million.
-Most career 'Southern 500' victories among active drivers (6).
-Swept both Martinsville races from the pole position in 2003.
-Most victories in a stock car at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway (5).
-Has the most restrictor plate wins in NASCAR history (12).
-Has most career wins on road courses (9) in NASCAR history.
-Scored the most points in a season 6 times -- second only to Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt Sr. who accomplished the feat 7 times.
-Has claimed at least one Cup series pole position for 21 consecutive seasons.
-Winningest driver in NASCAR's modern-era (post-1971).
-2012 Heisman Humanitarian Award winner for charity involvement.
-Has scored a victory on every Cup series track he has ever raced on (except Kentucky)
-Scored the most total points in a season 7 times, tying Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt for the most ever.
There are stats kept for pretty much every aspect of racing. Computerized systems and databases are needed to keep track of all the different stats. CMMS software can be used to keep the stats updated and readily available.
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