Jeff Gordon’s last race in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will come at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Gordon will drive his No. 24 Axalta Chevrolet SS for the last time on November 22.
“During that race and after that race it is only going to be a celebration,” Gordon said about his final race. “It has been an amazing career. I just never dreamed in a million years that it would have gone the way that it has and while I’m just stepping out of it there will definitely be tears – they will all be tears of joy looking ahead at the future.”
Gordon tied Ricky Rudd for most consecutive starts last week at Chicagoland. By starting Sunday’s race at New Hampshire he will best that mark.
A four-time champion in the Sprint Cup Series, Gordon is a winner of 92 races in NASCAR’s top series.