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Jeff Gordon's Career Victories


58. Kansas
57. Walkins Glen
56. Indianapolis
55. Michigan
54. Dover Downs
53. Las Vegas
52. Richmond
51. Sears Point
50. Talledega
49. Lowes
48. Martinsville
47. Walkins Glen
46. Sears Point
45. California
44. Atlanta
43. Daytona 500
42. Atlanta
41. North Carolina
40. Daytona 400
39. Darlington
38. New Hampshire
37. Daytona 400
36. Walkins Glen
35. Indianapolis
34. Pocono
33. Sears Point
32. Charlotte
31. Bristol
30. North Carolina
29. New Hampshire
28. Darlington
27. Walkins Glen
26. California
25. Pocono
24. Charlotte
23. Martinsville
22. Bristol
21. Rockingham
20. Daytona 500
19. North Wilkesboro
18. Martinsville
17. Dover Downs
16. Darlington
15. Talledega
14. Pocono
13. Dover Downs
12. Bristol
11. Darlington
10. Richmond
9. Dover Downs
8. Darlington
7. New Hampshire
6. Daytona 400
5. Bristol
4. Atlanta
3. Rockingham
2. Indianapolis
1. Charlotte


Jeff Gordon

Jeff Gordon

2001 victories Kmart 400, UAW-DaimlerChrysler 400 at Las Vegas, MBNA Platinum 400 at Dover, Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis, Global Crossing @ The Glen, Protection One 400 at Kansas Speedway.

Born: Vallejo, Calif.

Resides: Mooresville, N.C.

Family: His wife, Brooke.

Team: Hendrick Motorsports

Car: Chevrolet

Sponsor: DuPont Automotive Finishes

Car owner: Rick Hendrick

Crew chief: Robbie Loomis

2000 review: Gordon was out of the championship picture for the second consecutive season and finished ninth in points, the lowest since his rookie season in 1993. He did win three races and three poles and, toward the end of the year, showed flashes of returning to the form that helped win three Winston Cup titles in four years.

2001 outlook: If Gordon and Loomis can continue the solid relationship they had working late in the 2000 season, Gordon should move back into contender status for the series title. If not, look for another big shake-up at Hendrick Motorsports.

Did you know? Gordon set the all-time record for consecutive victories on road courses (six) with his win at Sears Point in June 2000 and now also holds the record for most road course victories (seven) with his win at Walkins Glen in August 2001.