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June 9 - - Hendrick Motorsports equity owner Jeff Gordon is weighing his future with FOX Sports after the broadcasting season concludes, according to the Sports Business Journal, and he could leave the booth to take on a larger role with Hendrick Motorsports. Gordonís exact final decision for what he will do after FOX's broadcasting season ends is not yet known. But sources say that while heís enjoying the new three-man booth this season with first-year analyst Clint Bowyer and longtime play-by-play man Mike Joy, he also finds the prospect of taking on a bigger role with HMS as an intriguing prospect. As a result, heís considering whether to leave the booth after this season. FOXís half of the NASCAR Cup Series season, which it splits with NBC Sports, ends after this weekendís All-Star Race at Texas Motor Speedway. For the 49-year-old Gordon, taking a step back from the booth would likely allow him to spend more time with his family and devote time to other projects. Gordon is the sole minority owner of HMS after he got a lifetime contract in 1999, and heís been eyeing a more active role at the organization for years.

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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: $238,241

    2021
    Make-A-Wish Inland Empire: $3,852

    2020
    Make-A-Wish Inland Empire: $8,120
    St. Baldrick's: $20
    Friends of Jaclyn Foundation: $2,518

    2019
    Make-A-Wish Inland Empire: $5,756
    Friends of Jaclyn Foundation: $5,081

    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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    2016- Jeff Gordon finishes 6th at Martinsville Speedway in his final NASCAR Cup Series race.
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