Car Class: Historic

1993 #24 DuPont Automotive Finishes
Chevrolet Lumina

• 4 Time NASCAR Winston Cup Champion (1995, 1997, 1998,2001)
• 75 NASCAR “Cup” Victories
• 4 Daytona 500 Victories (1997, 1999, 2004, 2005)
• 4 Brickyard 400 Victories (1994, 1998, 2001, 2004)
• 1993 NASCAR Rookie of the Year
• 9 Career Road Course Victories (All-Time Record)
• 1997-2000; A Record 6 Consecutive Road Course Victories
• Over $70,000,000 in Career Earnings (All-Time Record)

Hendrick Motorsports Car #2407 was Jeff Gordon’s First Winston Cup “Road Course” car. Jeff has become NASCAR’s premier road course driver. The car, named “Boomer” was raced by Jeff Gordon during his Rookie and 2nd NASCAR Winston Cup Seasons with the help of Crew Chief Ray Evernham and the “Rainbow Warriors”.

Motor: 358 cubic inch Chevrolet V-8
Horsepower: 725 @ 8,000 rpm
Torque: 500 ft. lbs @ 7,200 rpm
Weight: 3400 lbs w/driver

Race History
#2407 “Boomer” Car History
1993 Sears Point Qualified 15th Finished 11th
Watkins Glen Qualified 11th Finished 31st
1994 Sears Point Qualified 6th Finished 37th
Watkins Glen Qualified 6th Finished 9th
1995 Sears Point and Watkins Glen “Road Course” Back Up Car
1996-1998 Served As The #24 Team’s Pit Stop Practice Car
2000 Restored By Bill Elliott Motorsports (Thanks to Jim Barfield)
Crew Chief: Jon Thompson
Special Thanks To: Marathon Coach, Coburg, Oregon
Marathon Coach is the world’s largest bus converter. Marathon luxury coaches are the coach of choice of many top race teams and drivers, including Jeff Gordon.

Original driver: Jeff Gordon

Owned by: Steve & Bob Schoellhorn

Campaigned by: Steve & Bob Schoellhorn

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