2001 Jeff Gordon Hendrick Motorsports 100th NASCAR Win 10Kt Gold Ring
This 10kt gold ring was made to celebrate Hendrick Motorsports 100th win. The ring weighs approximately 18.2gr and measures 8.5cm.
Dale Earnhardt famously called Jeff Gordon “Wonder Boy.” The boyish USAC star from Indiana, by way of California. would deliver a wonderful career in stock car racing.
In the 1990s, Gordon effectively snatched NASCAR’s torch from Dale Earnhardt, who had taken it from Richard Petty. Gordon won 93 races and 81 poles in his successful Cup Series career, claiming four season Series Championships along the way.
Gordon’s breakthrough moment was winning the inaugural Brickyard 400 in 1994, and he would go on to winning stock car racing’s big show at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway five times, over the 21 years since his first. He even co-drove a prototype Cadillac DPi to a Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona overall title in 2017 for Wayne Taylor Racing.
Earnhardt was right, Gordon was indeed wonderful.
The ring comes with a Certificate Of Authenticity.