Cecil Gordon (born June 21 1941 in Horse Shoe, North Carolina) was a NASCAR driver. He is not related to Sprint Cup driver Jeff Gordon

He began in the Grand National (now Sprint Cup) series in 1968 and raced until 1985.

NASCAR driving careerEdit

He drove for 17 years and drove in a total of 450 races. He never won and never got a pole, but got 25 top fives, 111 top tens. He finished third in points in 1971 and 1973. He completed 112,908 laps and only led 23 of them. By the end of his career, he had earned $940,000. His average finish for his entire career was 17.3.

NASCAR car ownerEdit

He started racing in Henley Gray and Bill Seifert cars. He generally raced in his own car beginning in 1970. He had a few other racers make an occasional start for him.


Gordon died on September 19, 2012.

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