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Hall of Fame Honors
February 2 - - Jeff Gordon became the youngest living inductee to the NASCAR Hall of Fame during Friday night's ceremony in Charlotte, N.C. Gordon joined Davey Allison, Alan Kulwicki, Jack Roush, and Roger Penske as members of the 10th Hall of Fame class. Gordon was introduced to the stage with a video from Kelly Ripa, followed by the Hall of Fame ring presentation by car owner Rick Hendrick, and Gordon's children Ella and Leo. During his speech, Gordon graciously thanked Hendrick, his longtime friend and business partner, for taking a chance on him in 1992. "There I was, all the hard work, seizing the moment as often as I possibly could in every good car I had a chance to drive," Gordon said. "Introducing myself to anyone I could and hoping and wishing that the right person or car owner saw enough in me to take a chance. We all know who that was: Rick Hendrick. He not only took a chance on me, but he took a chance on my good friend Ray Evernham too. He believed in us enough to build a team from scratch to join his already 2-car operation."

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    Fight On Against Pediatric Cancer
    In 2011, Jackson Panzarello forever altered the course of my life. Jackson's battle against cancer sparked my efforts to give more children a fighting chance against the disease. He passed away in 2012, but his legacy continues through the impact we've made for research and treatment. I have many teammates who open their hearts and wallets every time I have a fundraising event. Whether you've donated $5, $500, or $5,000, your continued support means to the world to me. My fundraising efforts are directly tied to the power of teamwork. It is truly, as the inscription at Hendrick Motorsports reads, "the fuel that allows common people to produce uncommon results." Please consider a donation in honor of Jackson to give another child the wish of hope.

    Pediatric cancer fundraising total: $215,036

    2019
    Make-A-Wish Inland Empire: $2,143

    2018
    Make-A-Wish Inland Empire: $7,196
    Ronan Thompson Foundation: $35

    2017
    Make-A-Wish Inland Empire: $7,349
    Kick It for Karsyn/JGCF: $10,150
    Jeff Gordon Children's Foundation: $1,035

    2016
    Jeff Gordon Children's Foundation: $10,103
    Kick It for Karsyn/JGCF: $17,332

    2015
    Jeff Gordon Children's Foundation: $21,429
    Kick It with Karsyn/JGCF: $48,836
    Ronan Thompson Foundation: $24

    2014
    Jeff Gordon Children's Foundation: $19,585
    Kick It with Karsyn/JGCF: $11,000
    St. Baldrick's Foundation: $150
    CureSearch: $46

    2013
    Jeff Gordon Children's Foundation: $20,300
    Kick It N.J./JGCF: $5,140
    St. Baldrick's Foundation: $159

    2012
    Jeff Gordon Children's Foundation: $12,681
    Kick It Miami/JGCF: $12,608
    CureSearch: $737

    2011
    Jeff Gordon Children's Foundation: $1,752
    CureSearch: $5,719

    *Since 2011


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    Calendar
    March 22
    Qualifying
    March 23
    Mini
    March 24
    Martinsville

    Starts 8
    Poles 0
    Wins 0
    Top-5 0
    Top-10 2
    DNF's 0

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    Track Finish
    Darlngton 14
    Richmond 16
    Dover 10
    Martnsville 6
    Rolex 24 1


    2017- Jeff Gordon teams with Ricky and Jordan Taylor, and Max Angelelli, to win the Rolex 24.
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