Jeff Gordon Finally Takes Emotional Win In His Last Season Of NASCAR

NASCAR driver and former Jalopnik editor-in-chief’s personal nightmare Jeff Gordon’s only win of his last year in the Sprint Cup is a meaningful one. By winning today at Martinsville Speedway, Gordon gains an entry into the final Chase for the Sprint Cup shootout at Homestead-Miami.
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[A crew member congratulates Jeff Gordon after qualifying on pole for today’s race at Talladega Supe

[A crew member congratulates Jeff Gordon after qualifying on pole for today’s race at Talladega Superspeedway. Gordon’s Hendrick Motorsports team qualified in four of the top five starting positions, with teammate and fellow Chase for the Sprint Cup driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. coming in fifth. Photo credit: Getty Images]
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Jeff Gordon To Drive Indianapolis 500 Pace Car (And Taunt Travis' Face)

Our esteemed Editor-In-Chief Travis Okulski will be going to the Indianapolis 500 as usual this year. Good news! Travis’ personal nightmare and four-time NASCAR champion Jeff Gordon will be driving the pace car, haunting Travis’ every thought from inside a beautiful white Corvette.
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Sorry, Jeff Gordon: No Front-Row Start For You At Las Vegas

Jeff Gordon's streak of bad luck returned during the last practice session for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Kobalt 400 this weekend at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. A wreck in the final practice session yesterday will force Gordon to use a back-up car for the race, and thus, he must start from the back of the field. »3/08/15 1:01pm3/08/15 1:01pm

Jeff Gordon Smashes NASCAR Pole Record At Las Vegas Motor Speedway

Good news for Gordon fans: he's not only on pole, but he set a Sprint Cup track record for Las Vegas Motor Speedway doing it. According to USA Today, Gordon's car hit a speed of 194.679 mph in a 27.738-second lap of the 1.5-mile speedway. I wouldn't be surprised if the back end of his car is now plaid. »3/07/15 9:13am3/07/15 9:13am

NASCAR Penalizes Crew, But Not Drivers For Huge Fight At Texas

Per NASCAR, it's throwing a punch that crosses the line if you're fighting in the pits after a race. I guess headlocks aren't hardcore enough. Four crew members were hit with fines and suspensions, and their crew chiefs were fined and placed on probation for not properly overseeing their crew. »11/05/14 9:32am11/05/14 9:32am