Chassis #24-869

Hendrick Motorsports Chassis #24-869 is a Chevrolet SS that Jeff Gordon raced to two wins at Kansas and Dover in the 2014 season, including the second-to-last win of his career. It was also raced by Gordon during his final season in 2015. 


Warranty: This vehicle is being sold as is

Condition of Sale: Bill of Sale

2014 kansas victory

Jeff Gordon entered the 5 Hour ENERGY 400 at Kansas Speedway looking to retain his position atop the Sprint Cup Series points standings. After starting 13th, he pursued Kevin Harvick for most of the race and was closing in on the lead prior to the final green flag pit stops.

After a tense waiting game as the field cycled through pit lane, Jeff Gordon emerged with a lead he would never relinquish, holding off a hard-charging Harvick in a photo finish to capture his first win of the season. It was his record third win at Kansas and his 89th career victory.


2014 dover victory

In the first year of the modern Chase for the Cup format of “win and you’re in” to guarantee advancement, Dover was the last chance for many drivers to advance out of the first round of the playoffs.

Jeff Gordon seized the day and led 71 laps en-route to his fifth and final win at the Monster Mile. It would be the second-to-last win of his career as well as his 92nd win overall.

Jeff's final career win car will remain indefinitely in the Hendrick Motorsports Certified Racecar collection, making chassis 24-869 the last publicly-available win car from Jeff's Hall of Fame career.


other races

Jeff also campaigned chassis 24-869 in six other events. After the Kansas win it finished eighth at Pocono in June 2014 wearing AARP Drive to End Hunger colors before finishing sixth at Kentucky in the same scheme. In August it was back to Pocono, once again in Axalta flames featuring Maaco, where Jeff finished sixth before visiting victory lane in Dover.

The car was tucked away for the winter and rolled back out for Bristol early in 2015, where Jeff drove from 23rd to 3rd with a new silver 3M paint scheme. At Michigan in June the car wore Panasonic blue for a 21st place result. 24-869’s final race was Jeff Gordon’s last Darlington Southern 500 in the No. 24 – a crown jewel event he won a record six times; he drove his 3M Chevrolet to a 16th place finish that evening.