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Jeff Gordon Weathers Storm to Win Pennsylvania 400

In a race delayed by rain at the start and then called later for severe thunderstorms, one driver weathered the storms to collect his first victory of the season.

Eddie D’Hondt, Jeff Gordon’s Spotter, Sees a Team on the Verge

While Eddie D’Hondt has done just about everything in his career, from racing modifieds in the Northeast to spotting for four-time champion Jeff Gordon, he is absolutely sure of one thing.

Surprising and Not Surprising: Kobalt Tools 400

Under a gloriously sunny sky and with an amazing flyover complements of the United States Air Force Thunderbirds, the green flag flew on the Kobalt Tools 400.

Countdown to Daytona: 85

With just 85 more days to Daytona, the focus can be on none other than Jeff Gordon’s 85th historic win this season. With his 85th victory, Gordon moved from being tied with Bobby Allison and Darrell Waltrip to sole position in third on the all-time career win list.

Jeff Gordon’s Crew Chief Alan Gustafson Likes It Hot, Hot, Hot

After a scorching race weekend in Kansas, the Cup Series is at an equally warm Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, PA this weekend. And yet, Jeff Gordon’s crew chief, Alan Gustafson, could not be happier.

Jeff Gordon Is Ready For His Close Up

After a fourteenth place finish at Bristol and a slight disagreement with fellow competitor Brad Keselowski, Jeff Gordon is ready to move on to the next race in the NASCAR Sprint Cup circuit at Auto Club Speedway.

Surprising and Not Surprising: PIR Subway Fresh Fit 500

After one of the most exciting Daytona 500 finishes, the Cup Series promptly headed west to Phoenix International Raceway.

Jeff Gordon Spotter Jeff Dickerson Is Home With Hendrick Motorsports

Jeff Dickerson was on the spotter's stand for driver Kyle Busch, but a change was made midway in the season and Dickerson returned home to HMS to spot for four-time champion Jeff Gordon.

Jeff Gordon: NASCAR’s Best All-Around Driver Ready to Win More Championships

Throughout the years, the NASCAR racing Gods have always shown a great deal of generosity whenever the time has come to hand over the reins to the sport's next big superstar. Whether it be every 10, 20, or even 30 years, there will always be a driver who will step up to the challenge that takes him beyond the normal realm of just being labeled as, “One of the guys.”

Who, What & Why to Watch NASCAR 2011

Championship Week is over, the trophies have all been collected and 2010 has taken its final curtain call. Instead of looking back to the year that was, I’m looking ahead to the limitless possibilities of next season.

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