A true legend in the sport of NASCAR, Jeff Gordon is not only a fan favorite, he was 1993 Rookie of The Year; 1995, 1997, 1998, and 2001 NASCAR Winston Cup Champion; won three Daytona 500s and five Brickyard 400s. Jeff Gordon began driving the No. 24 car full-time in the 1993 Winston Cup season. With Ray Evernham serving as his crew chief, Gordon started his rookie season by winning one of the Gatorade Twin 125s, becoming the youngest driver to win a Daytona qualifying race and placing fifth in the Daytona 500. Sourcing from his early days in NASCAR, this 1994 Simpson race suit is in Gordon's highly recognizable rainbow colored "DuPont" scheme, complete with all factory tagging, colorful patches and features "Hendrick Motorsports" and "Jeff Gordon" embroidery. Outstanding heavy wear noticed with pilling, fading, scuffs, some light staining and Gordon's large signature across the front on the "DuPont" embroidery. Photo-matched to 1994 Hooters 500 in Atlanta; Getty 110896782. Comes with PSA LOA.