CONCORD, N.C. – Hendrick Motorsports vice chairman Jeff Gordon will be among the driver alumni attending "Hendrick Homecoming" at the Hendrick Motorsports campus. 

Fans can click here to enter a raffle registration to win a spot for Gordon's autograph session, which will take place on Saturday, May 25, at 1 p.m. ET. 

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Gordon, a four-time NASCAR Cup Series champion, drove the entirety of his Cup career for Hendrick Motorsports from 1992 to 2016. The 2019 NASCAR Hall of Fame inductee made the No. 24 Chevrolet one of the most iconic car numbers in the sport's history. His first of four Cup Series championships in 1995 was the initial premier series title of a series-best 14 (to date) for team owner Rick Hendrick. At the time, Gordon was the youngest champion (24 years old) in NASCAR's modern era in just his third full-time season. The Vallejo, California, native's four championships (1995, 1997, 1998 and 2001) rank fourth on the all-time list. 

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Throughout Gordon's 25-year driving career in the Cup Series, he won 93 races (third-most all-time in NASCAR history), led 24,936 laps (sixth-most all-time), earned 81 pole positions (third-most all-time), 325 top-five finishes (third-most all-time) and 477 top-10s (second-most all-time). All of those marks stand as the most in Hendrick Motorsports history. 

The first of those wins came at Charlotte Motor Speedway in the 1994 Coca-Cola 600. The last of those came in 2015 at his winningest track in the series, Martinsville Speedway, which earned him a spot in that season's Championship 4. In 2016, he returned to run eight races in the No. 88 Chevrolet as a substitute driver for a sidelined Dale Earnhardt Jr. 

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Gordon is a three-time DAYTONA 500 champion, a three-time Coca-Cola 600 winner, a record five-time Brickyard 400 winner and a record six-time Southern 500 victor. He has won the most road course races (nine) and restrictor-plate races (12). With a record consecutive starts streak of 797 Cup Series races from his debut at Atlanta Motor Speedway in 1992 to his final start as a full-time driver at Homestead-Miami Speedway in 2015, Gordon became NASCAR's "Iron Man" -- breaking Ricky Rudd's mark of 788 consecutive Cup Series starts. In 2023, he was named to "NASCAR's 75 Greatest Drivers" list for the sport's 75th anniversary. 

Gordon has been an equity partner in the team since 1999. At the start of 2022, he became the team's vice chairman. In that role, Gordon is the second-ranking official to Hendrick and focuses on the organization's competition and marketing groups. Before taking on the executive role, he spent six seasons (2016-2021) in the television booth with FOX Sports as a race analyst and contributor to the network's pre-race coverage. 

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"I've always known about the magic of all the people here and heard Rick (Hendrick) talk so much over the years about 'it's all about the people,'" Gordon said. "Now, I get to have those relationships and see what is happening in other departments on another level like I've never been able to before. That is exciting. It truly makes me proud of all of the input from every employee, what their role is and how none of what happens on the race weekends – the championships and the wins – is possible without everybody. I love to be able to interact with them.

"I feel like I am constantly working in many different areas. Some days, I am able to be a part of a great moment, a victory or a great team effort. Some days, it's making deals happen. It's not a set routine and I am enjoying it very much."

YEARS DRIVING FOR HENDRICK MOTORSPORTS: 1992-2016, full-time from 1993-2015
CAR NUMBERS: No. 24 (1992-2015), No. 88 (2016)
WINS: 93
TOP 10S: 477
LAPS LED: 24,936
CHAMPIONSHIPS: FOUR (1995, 1997, 1998, 2001)