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Jeff Gordon Signs A Contact With NASCAR on Fox 

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We all love Jeff Gordon whether he’s racing in the 24 car, or analyst for NASCAR on Fox with Mike Joy, and Darrell Waltrip since February 2016. In the same year, Denny Hamlin won the Daytona 500 and Chase Elliott’s won Rookie of the Year in the 24 car. Jeff agrees he signed a year agreement with NASCAR on Fox for 2019 season.

Jeff has four Monster Energy Cup championships and 93 victories in his career. He will be joining NASCAR Hall of Fame class of 2019. His first debut with NASCAR on Fox was on Sunday, Feb 2016. He does a wonderful job covering in the booth for Monster Energy Cup series races on Sundays sometime Saturday night race depending on the schedule.  

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Ford EcoBoost 400 - Practice
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Ford EcoBoost 400 - Practice

After Jeff Gordon’s Contract ended with NASCAR on Fox, he will take over Hendrick Motorsports shop after Rick Hendrick retires full time. Jeff Co-own’s Jimmie Johnson’s 48 Chevy since 2002. Rick told Jeff he treated me like a son. Jeff did not hesitate when Rick Hendrick wants to retire, and step away from the shop, to enjoy his life. He said yes he would like to take over Hendrick shop one day when Jeff stepped away from TV full time for NASCAR on Fox and take over the shop for Rick. Gordon’s TV contract signed in 2018. “It was ‘no-brainier’ for me, even more so this time around”- Gordon told

Gordon, 47-year-old who has been in the booth since 2016. After his contract is up, he is planning to take over for Rick who is planning on retiring and leave Hendrick Motorsports shop. He enjoys being an analyst for NASCAR on Fox. Gordon’s last race was in Homestead Miami before joining NASCAR on Fox.