After over 20 years of professional car racing and Daytona 500 pole wins, Jeff Gordon will retire following the conclusion of the 2015 season…
NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon is entering the final season of his racing career since joining the sport in 1991, when he won NASCAR Rookie of the Year.
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Gordon has won four Sprint Cup championships throughout his career, and he holds the record for most consecutive seasons with a Daytona 500 pole.
He extended this streak to 22, and he will look to end his career on a high note by dethroning Kevin Harvick as the Sprint Cup champion.
SportsCenter broke the news of Gordon extending his Daytona 500 pole streak on Twitter.
THIS JUST IN: Jeff Gordon wins the pole for Daytona 500. Gordon has said it will be his final full season in NASCAR. pic.twitter.com/vMU7WBFeB6
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) February 15, 2015