Fans Can Now Grab Jeff Gordon’s First Win Replica Hat for $39.95, Here’s How

Published 12/08/2023, 3:05 AM EST

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Jeff Gordon is one of the greatest drivers to grace the NASCAR race tracks. The four-time Cup Series champion got his first breakthrough with a win in the 1994 Coca-Cola 600 at ‘America’s Home for Racing,’ the Charlotte Motor Speedway. As a tribute to his maiden Cup win, Hendrick Motorsports has presented a chance for NASCAR fans and collectors to win a replica hat of his first win for just under $40.

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Being one of his era’s most popular and loved drivers, Gordon’s merchandise is among the most sought-after ones in the fanbase. HMS has showcased the heritage and history carried on by Gordon through his collectibles on the official Hendrick Motorsports store.

Get a Jeff Gordon #24 First Win replica cap for less than $40

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Jeff Gordon and his No. 24 DuPont Automotive Finishes Chevrolet are an iconic pairing that cruised to 93 Cup Series wins. Paying respect to the first of his 93 victories, Hendrick Motorsports has exhibited the Jeff Gordon #24 First Win New Era Golfer Cap exclusively on its official store.

Fans can grab the golfer cap for just $39.95. The cap combines red and white colors with the Coca-Cola 600 and Charlotte Motor Speedway logos embroidered. Interested people must place a pre-order, as it is the only way to grab this offer. Shipping will be expected to begin in the last weeks of February 2024 and start only when the last item is in stock.

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In case one would like to receive their orders apart from the New Era Golfer Cap sooner than that, they will have to place a separate order. This is an incredible way to pay tribute to the start of a Cup Series juggernaut. On being asked about his feelings about the win that started it all, Gordon was more than happy to describe his journey that helped Rick Hendrick build a successful team in NASCAR.

Gordon recollects memories of his maiden Cup Series win

Charlotte Motor Speedway was one of Jeff Gordon’s strongest race tracks. Gordon is a five-time winner at the venue, with nine poles to his name as well. His tryst with the Coca-Cola 600 began in his debut season in 1993.

Battling against the juggernaut of Dale Earnhardt to the finish line, Gordon fell just short of the in as he settled for a second-place finish.

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However, the P2 finish was just a sign of things to come. Gordon won the Rookie of the Year award in the same year and his first race the following year. Gordon described the victory’s effect on his career: “That’s what got all of this started. That gave me the confidence to know I could win at this level. That was a great confidence booster for me.

Speaking to the Charlotte Observer, Gordon reiterated his love for Charlotte, claiming, “The history of Charlotte Motor Speedway for me goes way back all the way to the first time I came to North Carolina, driving by the track and really being blown away.”

“I mean, I’d seen Indianapolis Motor Speedway and driven by Daytona, but had not really seen any NASCAR tracks other than that, and I was so impressed.”

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Coming into the 1994 Coca-Cola 600, Gordon and his crew had finished three consecutive races outside the top 20, and the signs were surely worrying. However, it was Charlotte Motor Speedway, one of Gordon’s favorite tracks. The love story between Charlotte and Gordon continued as his story progressed; now, we see him as one of the best NASCAR drivers.

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