In the 2002 Sharpie 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway, Jeff Gordon pulled a classic short track move to bring home a victory for the No. 24 team.
With just three laps to go in the famed “Bristol Night Race,” Gordon and his No. 24 DuPont Chevrolet bumped leader Rusty Wallace out of the way and drove beneath him to take the lead and the victory for the first time that season.
Now Lionel Racing is excited to present, for the very first time, the official commemorative die-cast of Gordon’s 2002 Bristol Win Chevy.
With the help of photos from Gordon’s own archive, Lionel’s artists are re-creating what his car looked like in Bristol Victory Lane to create this truly special collectible.
This die-cast is available to order now in both 1:24 and 1:64 scales. Each 1:24-scale will come with a full-color collector card detailed with race stats and will also ship in custom packaging.
Reserve yours at LionelRacing.com or by visiting your favorite die-cast dealer.