CONCORD, N.C. -- This weekend, Jeff Gordon added yet another trophy to his crowded mantel.

Gordon's team took home the win in the prestigious Rolex 24 at Daytona International Speedway, earning the victory in the race's thrilling final moments.

"This is very surreal to me, this whole experience and moment, to have this on my résumé," Gordon said. "It's a very elite group that's won the Daytona 500 and the Rolex 24 together."

Gordon joins Mario Andretti, A.J. Foyt and Jamie McMurray as the only drivers to have won both the Rolex 24 and the Daytona 500.

"That's something I'm very, very proud of," he said.

Gordon had multiple stints behind the wheel of the winning car, co-driving it with three teammates.

‪Our new team tradition for each race...temporary tattoos! This weekend, @JeffGordonWeb's design!
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"It was a thrill of a lifetime," he said, "and I'm just so honored to be sitting here and be a part of this experience."

How about that!? A beautiful replacement for our temporary tattoos. #Rolex24 #Rolex
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Gordon chronicled some of the highlights of his weekend via social media, which can be seen below.

Family time before the start of the @IMSA_Racing #Rolex24 at @DISUpdates. #TeamJG

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‪Family.‬.‬ ‪#Rolex24. ‪@DISUpdates.‬ ‪@WayneTaylorRacing.‬ ‪@Cadillac. ‬ ‪#TeamJG‬

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‪Family.‬ .‬ ‪#Rolex24. ‪@DISUpdates.‬ ‪@WayneTaylorRacing.‬ ‪@Cadillac. ‬ ‪#TeamJG‬

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