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📒Jeff Gordon ✍ Rosemary Wallner
✏Jeff Gordon Book Summary : Discusses the racing career, life, and accomplishments of the youngest driver to win the Winston Cup title.
📒Jeff Gordon ✍ Phelan Powell
✏Jeff Gordon Book Summary : Describes the racing career, life, and accomplishments of the NASCAR champion Jeff Gordon.
📒Jeff Gordon ✍ Michael Bradley
✏Jeff Gordon Book Summary : A biography of the NASCAR driver, focusing on his triumphant wins and disappointing losses.
📒Jeff Gordon ✍ Michael Benson
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📒Jeff Gordon ✍ Richard Brinster
✏Jeff Gordon Book Summary : A biography of the race car driver who, at the age of twenty-four, was the youngest ever to win the Winston Cup title.
📒Jeff Gordon ✍ Matt Doeden
✏Jeff Gordon Book Summary : "Explores the life and racing career of NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Jeff Gordon"--Provided by publisher.
📒Jeff Gordon ✍ Mary Ann Hoffman
✏Jeff Gordon Book Summary : Looks at the life and racing career of NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon.
📒Jeff Gordon ✍ Glen Grissom
✏Jeff Gordon Book Summary : When Jeff Gordon burst onto the NASCAR scene in the early 1990s, he broke the stereotypical mold for stock car racing champion. He was young, handsome, articulate, media-savvy, and from California, not the South. This book covers Gordon's approach to driving, his team and cars, and his business acumen as a leading endorser and now a team owner. 175 photos, 150 in color.
📒Jeff Gordon ✍ Jeff Gordon
✏Jeff Gordon Book Summary : Jeff Gordon's long-awaited racing memoir -- an unprecedented and thrilling look inside the life of a NASCAR champion. It didn't matter that Jeff Gordon hailed from California -- hardly a fountain of stockcar pedigree -- or that they said he was too small to race with the big boys on the dirt tracks and ovals of his youth. It didn't matter that Dale Earnhardt called this upstart "Wonderboy" -- no one raced the legendary Earnhardt harder, and no two drivers had more respect for each other. And it didn't matter that the racing world said Gordon was finished with the breakup of the crew on the #24 car and the departure of Ray Evernham, his crew chief, in 1999 -- he came back two seasons later to win a record-equaling fourth Winston Cup, this time with Robbie Loomis as crew chief. In the end, all that matters is that Jeff Gordon is the greatest living NASCAR champion, and it only remains to be seen just how many championships he can win. But what's it really like to climb into a stockcar every weekend and challenge for a championship? Offering a never-before-seen entry into the thrilling world of NASCAR racing, Jeff Gordon takes us into the cockpit of the #24 DuPont Chevrolet car; right into the garages where his cars are made; and inside the lives and efforts of his extraordinary team, the Rainbow Warriors. Just how does his car get built, tested, and driven, and how do these personalities mesh into a championship team? Along the way we find out what he thinks of life as both a NASCAR champion and a never-left-alone celebrity, where he came from and to whom he owes all his successes, and above all, what it takes to be a champion in one of the most dangerous and thrilling sports of all. Jeff Gordon: Racing Back to the Front -- My Memoir is a pit pass all its own, giving passionate NASCAR fans unique access into the life and career of one of the most storied champions in the sport.
📒Jeff Gordon ✍ Jeff Savage
✏Jeff Gordon Book Summary : Highlights the life and accomplishments of the NASCAR driver.