CONCORD, N.C. – Want to go back and watch Jeff Gordon’s first NASCAR Cup Series win? How about Jimmie Johnson’s victory that produced his record-tying seventh championship? Or maybe you want to see Darrell Waltrip's "Ickey Shuffle?"

Through the newly launched NASCAR Classics website, which was created by the league, fans can go back through the archives to watch classic races. As part of the sport’s 75th anniversary season, the sanctioning body has named a list of the 75 Greatest Races. On that list, 14 victories by Hendrick Motorsports are highlighted. 

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June 14, 1987: Pocono Raceway
Tim Richmond wins in his first race back after missing the opening 11 races of the season. This would be the second-to-last victory of his career.

Feb. 19, 1989: DAYTONA 500
Waltrip busts out the “Ickey Shuffle” as he wins his first DAYTONA 500 and the team finishes 1-2 in "The Great American Race." 

Oct. 15, 1989: North Wilkesboro Speedway
Geoffrey Bodine wins in a thrilling finish, leading only the final lap following contact between Dale Earnhardt and Ricky Rudd.

May 29, 1994: Charlotte Motor Speedway
Gordon scores his first of 93 Cup Series wins in the 1994 Coca-Cola 600.

Aug. 6, 1994: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Gordon, a native of Pittsboro, Indiana, wins the first Cup race at the Brickyard.

Aug. 26, 1995: Bristol Motor Speedway
Terry Labonte spins across the start/finish and edges Earnhardt for the victory at "The Last Great Colosseum." 

Aug. 31, 1997: Darlington Raceway  
Gordon’s third of four straight Southern 500 wins also sees him take home the $1 million Winston Million bonus.

Sept. 4, 2005: Auto Club Speedway
Kyle Busch’s first Cup Series wins makes him at the time, the youngest winner in series history at 20 years old.

April 21, 2007: Phoenix Raceway
Gordon ties Earnhardt on the all-time Cup Series wins list at 76 victories and pays tribute to his one-time rival by taking a victory lap with the No. 3 flag.

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Feb. 23, 2014: DAYTONA 500
Dale Earnhardt Jr. kicks off the 2014 season with a victory in the DAYTONA 500. To date, this is the most recent of Hendrick Motorsports’ eight wins in the DAYTONA 500.

Nov. 20, 2016: Homestead-Miami Speedway
Johnson starts from the back of the field and goes on to win his record-tying seventh Cup Series championship. That puts him in elite company with Earnhardt and Richard Petty for the most championships by a driver in the sport’s top series. 

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Sept. 18, 2021: Bristol Motor Speedway
Kyle Larson wins under the lights at Bristol, but there is also drama in this race with Chase Elliott and Kevin Harvick in the final stage.

Nov. 7, 2021: Phoenix Raceway
Clutch work in the pits sets up Larson to win the 14th Cup Series championship for Hendrick Motorsports and cap off a 10-win season for the driver of the No. 5.

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Oct. 2, 2022: Talladega Superspeedway
Elliott bests Ryan Blaney by a slim 0.046 seconds to secure a win and a spot in the Round of 8 of the 2022 playoffs.

In addition, to the list of 75 Greatest Races, you can sort by a range of years or by track to find a particular race. There are over 1,000 races available for free, ad-free viewing (the races listed above are included on NASCAR's Greatest Races list). A custom timeline feature allows viewers to go directly to key moments in the event. Visit the NASCAR Classics website and dive on in.