JEFF GORDON'S CHEVROLET CORVETTE ZR1
TO BE AUCTIONED OFF TO FIGHT PEDIATRIC CANCER

At Barrett-Jackson’s famed auto auction in Palm Beach, FL on Friday, April 12 four-time NASCAR Cup Series Champion Jeff Gordon will auction a prized Corvette from his personal collection to benefit Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation and childhood cancer research. This car is slated to go on the auction block at approximately 2:30pm ET.

The ZR1's performance is so over-the-top, it's no longer America's sports car. It's America's supercar, on a level beyond reproach by all but the most exotic of machinery.

- MIKE MONTICELLO

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JGCF founder, Jeff Gordon talks about auctioning off his 2009 Corvette ZR1 at Barrett-Jackson auto auction in Palm Beach, Florida and what makes Corvette part of the American culture.

Corvette For A Cure

Not ready to bid on Jeff’s Corvette at the Barrett-Jackson auto auction? You can sign up to receive information on JGCF’s annual Corvette For A Cure program where you can have the opportunity to win one of Jeff’s Corvettes by purchasing a raffle ticket – 2019’s program will kick off in May. Corvette For A Cure is in its thirteenth year and has raised nearly $8 million for childhood cancer research.

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