Jeff Gordon discusses future beyond racing with 'FOX & Friends'

BY foxsports • February 3, 2015

Four-time Sprint Cup Series champion Jeff Gordon made a special guest appearance Tuesday on the popular FOX News morning show "FOX & Friends."

Gordon, who recently announced plans quit full-time driving at the end of the 2015 season, talked with the show's three co-hosts about this year's Daytona 500 on FOX -- his last start in The Great American Race -- and his young daughter's reaction when he told her he was hanging up his full-time driving helmet.

The Hendrick Motorsports driver also discussed his future after racing -- which could include a full-time role in the broadcast both.

This season, Gordon will work as an on-air announcer for three NASCAR Xfinity Series races on FOX Sports 1.

Watch the full video of Gordon's visit with the crew at "FOX & Friends."


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