On Jan. 1, 2022, NASCAR Hall of Famer Jeff Gordon assumed the role of vice chairman of 14-time NASCAR Cup Series champions Hendrick Motorsports. In the executive management role, one of the most iconic names in racing and pop culture helps guide the same organization where he won four titles and 93 points-paying races as a driver.
Justin Derek Bell is a British race car driver, who after a successful career behind the wheel, transitioned into the media world in front of the camera and established himself as one of the top US based automotive content hosts.
Dan Binks is a racing crew chief, fabricator, and do-it-all competitor who made his mark with Tommy Kendall. The duo dominated the IMSA GTU class in the 1980s and then the Trans Am Championship in the ’90s.
Ray Evernham has more than four decades of experience in the automotive and racing industries. He has worked with the biggest names in motorsport history, including Gordon, Andretti, Foyt and Earnhardt, was a vital force in resurrecting the International Race of Champions (IROC) series, won three NASCAR Sprint Cup championships as a crew chief for Jeff Gordon, and partnered with Dodge to build Evernham Motorsports into one of the most successful teams in NASCAR.
Ron Fellows was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He began his career in Karts, which lead to Formula Ford 1600 and Formula Ford 2000. When funds for these projects ran low, he left racing for a 9 year stint as gas pipeline worker. Fellows returned to the track in the 1980s with help from driving school instructor Richard Spenard. He made his professional debut in 1986 in the Player's GM Challenge, driving a showroom stock Camaro. He had a dominant 1989 season, capturing both the title at Mosport Park and his first SCCA Trans-Am Series race during the same weekend. His career skyrocketed as he became one of the most successful drivers in the history of Trans Am, with 19 wins in 95 starts.
Daytona 500-winning crew chief Steve Letarte works alongside race announcer Rick Allen and fellow analysts Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jeff Burton in the NBC Sports broadcast booth during NBC Sports’ live coverage of NASCAR Cup and Xfinity Series races.
Jordan Taylor is an American professional racing driver. He currently competes in the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship for Corvette Racing. He won the 2017 24 Hours of Daytona and the 2017 championship in the Prototype class of the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship