Jeffery Michael Gordon is an American former professional Car Race. He raced full-time from 1933 to 2015. He drove Chevrolet for Hendricks Motorsports in the former NASCAR Winston Cup Series. Jeff Gordon started his career when he was just four. He used to race BMX bikes at an early age. He won his first championship when he was at the age of 8 named “quarter-midget championship”.
He further won the same championship when he was at the age of 10 years old. At the age of 13, his family moved to Indiana, so that he could race powerful sprint cars without the obstacle of a minimum age requirement. Today we will show you some personal information about Jeff Gordon Net Worth 2021, Biography, Age, Height, Weight, Family & Career. So look at the below for this.
Jeff Gordon Profile:
|Full Name||Jeffery Michael Gordon|
|Nick Name||Jeff Gordon|
|Date of Birth||4th August 1971|
|Birth Place||Vallejo, California|
|Age||48 years Old|
Jeff Gordon Boy Measurement:
|Height||5 feet 8 inches (1.73m)|
Jeff Gordon Family Member:
|Father||William Grinnell Gordon|
|Mother||Carol Ann Bickford|
|Wife||Ingrid Vandebosch (Ex- Brooke Sealey)|
Jeff Gordon Net Worth 2021
As per different sources, we have information that the estimated worth of Jeff Gordon is about $200 Million till today. He has worked very hard and struggled a lot to reach that amount of net worth in his career. There is no information about his specific amount of income on the internet. Jeff’s salary has not been disclosed till today.
Cup Series Career:
Jeff started as a full-time racer in the Winston Cup Series, where he used to drive the number 24 car for Hendrick. Jeff wants to drive no 46 cars but some difficulties raised and then he drives no 24 car which was also very fast. Jeff was victorious in the Busch Clash exhibition race at Daytona in 1994. He was also nominated for the Coca- Cola 600 and won the race after electing to take two tires on a green flag pit stop. After racing for many years in the Cup Series and winning many trophies he announced that 2015 would be his last season as a full-time driver on 22 January 2015.
He started the season with the victory in the pole for his final Daytona 500 but unfortunately crashed on the final lap.
Gordon again announced that he would make his return to the Cup Series at the Brickyard 400 in the year 2016, driving the number 88 car as a substitute for the injured Dale Earnhardt Jr. Later, it was announced that Earnhardt would be out for the rest of the season and Gordon would fill in at the Darlington. Martinsville, and Dover races on 2 September 2016. He made the record of his best finish of the season at Martinsville with the rank sixth run, his final race in NASCAR.