We Paint Winners
Select your sport: SPORTS

      Watch every episode of Around the Track with Jeff Gordon

      Catch up with every episode of Axalta Racing’s Around the Track interview series, where NASCAR legend Jeff Gordon takes you inside the minds of some of the most popular personalities in all of motorsports.


      Tony Stewart gives Jeff Gordon a tour of his absurd garage as the NASCAR icons share stories while checking out Stewart’s ridiculous collection that includes championship-winning cars, legendary rides and much more.
      NASCAR Cup Series champion Tony Stewart shares his conflicting thoughts on entering the NASCAR Hall of Fame while still driving full-time in other series, explains why he’s not yet ready to reflect on his accomplishments and discusses the difficult decisions that helped shape his career, like turning down A. J. Foyt and Rick Hendrick.


      Jeff Gordon and Jordan Taylor share memories and funny stories about preparing for the 24 Hours of Daytona and what it meant to win that iconic race together in 2017. Taylor also reflects on racing professionally at just 16 years old, competing with and against his brother, and triumphing in the prestigious 24 Hours of Le Mans.
      In the second installment of his interview with NASCAR Hall of Famer Jeff Gordon, Jordan Taylor discusses his alter ego Rodney Sandstorm, the unique dynamic of sportscar racing, his popularity on social media, mullet challenges and retro paint schemes. Taylor also receives a stylish upgrade for “Rodney 2.0.”


      Seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Chad Knaus, crew chief of Hendrick Motorsports’ No. 24 car, discusses the difference between a young Jimmie Johnson and William Byron, how NASCAR has evolved during his time in the sport, his experience working as a crew chief when he was just a teenager and whether he ever wanted to become a driver.
      In the second half of his interview with Jeff Gordon, Chad Knaus opens up about how having a family has helped him build a better team on Hendrick Motorsports’ No. 24 car, his difficulties at Chicagoland Speedway, how his TV work allows him to “get away from racing” and his memories painting the iconic Axalta Rainbow scheme.


      While catching up with NASCAR Hall of Famer Jeff Gordon, Casey Mears discusses the support system he had growing up in a racing family, the advantages of getting behind the wheel at an early age and what he has learned from his father, Roger.
      “It was certainly a lot of fun being teammates with you, and I think we both know what it was like to get beat up pretty bad by Jimmie Johnson”
      Former teammates Jeff Gordon and Casey Mears wrap up their conversation by discussing their time at Hendrick Motorsports, the most fun they’ve had racing and their memories of the Daytona 500.


      After racing for him for 23 full-time seasons, Jeff Gordon sits down with fellow NASCAR Hall of Famer Rick Hendrick to discuss Hendrick Motorsports’ beginnings, what surprised them about Jimmie Johnson, big risks paying off and more.
      Jeff Gordon’s conversation with Rick Hendrick continues as the Hendrick Motorsports owner opens up about the moments that stand out from his career – including his son Ricky’s Truck Series victory and Geoff Bodine’s win at Martinsville – what he learned growing up on a farm, how he builds long-term relationships with sponsors and his favorite car color.
      Jeff Gordon wraps up his conversation with Rick Hendrick as Mr. H dives into his love of music, driving with Paul Newman and Tom Cruise, and discusses how important Gordon has been to Hendrick Motorsports’ success.


      Former teammates Jeff Gordon and Dale Earnhardt Jr. catch up with each other and talk about what life has been like for Dale Jr. since stepping out of the car, his transition to the broadcast booth, becoming a father and more.
      Dale Earnhardt Jr. talks about his “unhealthy” rivalry with Kyle Busch, whether he has the itch to race again and how his perspective on racing has changed since becoming a broadcaster.
      Dale Earnhardt Jr. finishes up his conversation with Jeff Gordon by opening up about the most rewarding experiences of his career, his dream car, how he keeps his passion for racing alive in the broadcast booth and much more.


      Jeff Gordon talks with veteran driver Michel Jourdain Jr. about his unique and diverse career that has taken him from NASCAR and IndyCar to Baja 1000s and rally racing. Jourdain describes what it was like driving in the Indy 500, details his favorite car and which one was the most challenging, and shares the moment that helped shape his career.
      In the second half of his interview with Jeff Gordon, NASCAR PEAK Mexico Series and Super Copa driver Michel Jourdain discusses what motivates him to keep racing in his 40s, his advice to young drivers and his passions outside of the sport.


      NASCAR legend Jeff Gordon talks with Lewis Hamilton about his interest in fashion and music, finding creative outlets, and more.
      Lewis Hamilton talks about chasing his hero Ayrton Senna and the legendary Michael Schumacher, the best car he has driven outside of Formula 1 and more.


      NASCAR Hall of Famer Jeff Gordon talks with 2019 Daytona 500 pole winner William Byron about his unconventional start in racing, how he has managed to progress through the NASCAR ranks so quickly and how iRacing prepared him for the Cup Series.
      Jeff Gordon continues his talk with Hendrick Motorsports driver William Byron, discussing the jump from the Xfinity Series to the Cup Series, crew chief Chad Knaus’ move to the No. 24 team and what fellow drivers Byron looks to for advice.
      In the final segment of his interview with NASCAR Hall of Famer Jeff Gordon, Hendrick Motorsports driver William Byron discusses his biggest influence, his interests outside of racing, and how he balances school and the Cup Series.


      Alex Bowman discusses his long journey to Hendrick Motorsports, the adversity and injuries he had to overcome along the way, his “rookie” status in 2018 and going “from the couch to the playoffs.”


      Jeff Gordon sits down with Todd Gilliland to discuss the pressure of growing up in a racing family, the modified Barbie electric car he drove as a three-year-old and his rookie season in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
      Todd Gilliland talks about the challenges of being a professional driver at 18 years old, his friendship with Noah Gragson and where he’d like to be five years from now.