INGRID VANDEBOSCH MEGA GALLERY

 In light of the tremendous response to our Danica Patrick mega gallery, we decided to continue our tradition of gratuitous girlie-pic posting with a mega gallery of Jeff Gordon's wife, Ingrid Vandebosch. Vandebosch, who will celebrate her 40th birthday in November, is a Belgium-born beauty who has appeared in Elle, Marie Claire, Vogue, Glamour and the 2008 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. Please note that Gordon appears in many of the photos with his wife because he is a devoted and lovi ...

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BROOKE GORDON GIVES MAXIMUM CONTRIBUTION TO S.C. GOV CANDIDATE

A political blog in South Carolina reports that Brooke Gordon, driver Jeff Gordon's ex-wife, gave the maximum $3,500 contribution to the campaign of South Carolina gubernatorial candidate Mullins McLeod, whom she is rumored to have dated.  Much like Brooke Gordon, I believe in Harvey Dent. Jeff Gordon's ex-wife maxes out to McLeod (Wolfe Reports) ...

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JEFF GORDON BIO

Jeff Gordon - you either love him or you want to set his vital organs on fire. There is no in-between. Good news for both camps. All Left Turns has updated its Jeff Gordon bio page. This is the only NASCAR news Web site that portrays drivers as they are seen by fans, not as they are sold by sponsors, teams, NASCAR and television.Our profiles are under construction. But feel free to read the newly-completed bios of Tony Stewart, Jimmie Johnson, Carl Edwards, Ryan Newman, Denny Hamlin, Kyle Busch ...

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JEFF GORDON ON REGIS AND KELLY

Jeff Gordon appeared on Live with Regis and Kelly on Tuesday. Among the segment's highlights, Gordon said the first facet block injection he underwent in May did nothing to ease his back pain, co-host Kelly Ripa called Gordon a "sophisticated fellow" who likes to eat "at the finest restaurants" - thus confirming what every Jeff Gordon hater already knew - and later in the piece Gordon told the story of how he met his wife, Ingrid Vandebosch. It's all about dinner table track ...

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JEFF GORDON TALKS RETIREMENT

Jeff Gordon's back problems have him talking retirement. On Thursday the Sprint Cup points leader said that if his back pain persists, he will shorten his career. Most experts believe a healthy Gordon has another seven to ten prime years of racing ahead of him.Gordon said, "If my back were the way it was at Bristol this year, it definitely would shorten my career. I can't race like that forever, for long periods of time." Gordon had a procedure called a facet block injection this we ...

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