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Topic - Ray Evernham
Jeff Gordon and crew chief Ray Evernham saw the light more than a decade ago, and road racing in the Sprint Cup Series has never been the same.
When Paul Wolfe decided to give NASCAR a try, he made sure he had a backup plan.
Ray Evernham is returning to the broadcast booth in NASCAR, rejoining ESPN as an analyst after taking a year off.
"He'll do everything he needs to do to get to feeling good and I know him and tomorrow night in that car, he may need some help getting out of it, but when he's in it, he's going to be at 100 percent," Evernham said.
His crew chief then, Ray Evernham, said Gordon is much tougher than some believe and has raced through illness and pain before.