End Of An Era
November 22 - - Jeff Gordon concluded his NASCAR driving career with a 6th place finish at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Gordon finished 3rd in the final points standings. Kyle Busch won the race and claimed his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship by finishing a spot ahead of Kevin Harvick. "Who would have ever thought coming from Indiana as a sprint car driver that I could come south to North Carolina and race for people like Bill Davis and then get the opportunity to work with the greatest owner in the Cup Series that there's ever been, and that's Rick Hendrick," Gordon said. "He's way more than a car owner to me. I'm so appreciative, it's been the most amazing experience. I'm a little disappointed, I'll be honest. I thought going into this race that we had something for them. When the sun went down, we missed a little something. We didn't quite have it when the track cooled down. We had to work on it. But I loved the effort and we showed what we're made of there at the end by climbing our way back to 6th. I'm proud of that. It's a happy day. I wanted that win, but we're still going to celebrate."

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    Starts 36
    Poles 4
    Wins 1
    Top-5 5
    Top-10 21
    DNF's 1

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    Track Finish
    Talladega 3
    Martnsvlle 1
    Texas 9
    Phoenix 6
    Homestead 6

    1995- Jeff Gordon battles handling issues but clinches his 1st NASCAR title with a 32nd place finish at Atlanta.
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