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02/14/99 Gordon holds off Dale Earnhardt for his second Daytona 500 win.
02/12/99 Jeff finishes sixth in round one of the 99 IROC tour.
02/11/99 Jeff finishes second to Bobby Labonte in the first Twin 125 qualifier.
02/07/99 Jeff wins his first Daytona 500 with a lap of 195+ mph.
Winston Cup Milestones
November 1992- Jeff makes his first Winston Cup Start at Atlanta Motor Speedway. This was also Richard Petty's last race.
February 1993- Jeff wins the Gatorade 125 qualifying race at Daytona and becomes the first rookie driver to lead the first lap of the Daytona 500.
November 1993- Jeff beats Bobby Labonte for the Rookie of the Year title.
May 1994- Jeff wins his first race, the Coca-Cola 600, at Charlotte on a fuel mileage gamble.
August 1994- Won the inaugural Brickyard 400 at the famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
May 1995- Won the Winston Select all-star race and became the first driver to win all three segments.
November 1995- Won seven races and held off Dale Earnhardt to win his first Winston Cup Trophy. He was the second youngest driver ever to do so.
November 1996- Won a series leading ten races and finished second to teammate Terry Labonte in the final points standings.
February 1997- Became the youngest driver to ever win the Daytona 500 with teammates Terry Labonte and Ricky Craven finishing second and third.
May 1997- Joined Davey Allison and Dale Earnhardt as the only drivers to win the Winston twice. Won his second World 600 a week later.
June 1997- Won the inaugural California 500 at the California Speedway.
August 1997- Won his first race on a road course at Watkins Glen.
August 1997- Became the second driver to win the Winston Million and the first ever to win three straight Southern 500s.
November 1997- Jeff and Darrell Waltrip won the first ever NASCAR Winston Cup Illustrated person of the year award.
November 1997- Won his second Winston Cup Championship ahead of Dale Jarrett and Mark Martin. It was the third straight title for Hendrick Motorsports.
March 1998-Won his fourth straight Food City 500 at Bristol.
May 1998- Won his third Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte
August to September 1998- Tied the modern era record with four straight wins.
August 1998- Won his second Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis and the Winston No Bull 5 Million Dollar Bonus.
September 1998- Won his fourth straight Southern 500 at Darlington and another Winston No Bull 5 Million Dollar Bonus.
October 1998- Won the first ever night race at Daytona in the Pepsi 400 and won his first race in the month of October.
November 1998-Wrapped up the season with 13 wins (tied Richard Petty's modern era record for wins in a season), 7 poles, record earnings and his third Winston Cup Series Championship in four years.
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