Jeff Gordon

Jeff Gordon

The NASCAR Superstar's Story

Book - 2005
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Jeff Gordon: The NASCAR Superstar's Story is an in-depth look at Jeff's early rise to the top, his rebuilding years after Ray Evernham left the Rainbow Warriors, and the racing era The Wonder Boy ushered in-a group of young, extremely marketable drivers tearing up the track and winning championships before age 30. Glen Grissom, executive editor of Stock Car Racing and Circle Track magazines, selected this compilation of articles that offer an insightful look at the monumental influence
Now, 12-plus seasons into his career, he's broken countless records and is on pace to either match or beat the seven Cup title record that Petty and Earnhardt share. His relentless desire, early success, and legendary rivalry with Earnhardt have earned him as many detractors as fans, but also made him the driver to watch in NASCAR.
Jeff Gordon certainly is no stranger to winning. The four-time NASCAR champion captured his first track victory at age six and later became the youngest midget champ in history at 19. Then in 1995, only three years after entering the big leagues of stock car racing, he claimed his first Winston Cup title-again being the youngest driver to do so.
Publisher: St. Paul, MN : MBI Pub., c2005
ISBN: 0760321787 (SB)
Branch Call Number: B GORDON
Characteristics: 159 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 27 cm
Additional Contributors: Primedia Specialty Group


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