PITTSBURGH -- Jeff Gordon knows a thing or two about navigating the 2.5-mile Daytona International Speedway, door-to-door at speeds in excess of 190 miles per hour.
Gordon captured three Daytona 500 championships during his NASCAR Hall of Fame career and the Fox NASCAR analyst will be on the call alongside play-by-play announcer Mike Joy for Sunday's 62nd running of the Great American Race, with coverage starting at 1 p.m. on Pittsburgh's FOX 53.
Gordon and Joy join the rest of Fox NASCAR's broadcast team including Adam Alexander and Larry McReynolds in this video preview of Sunday's race.
Following the retirement of legendary racer and FOX broadcaster Darrell Waltrip, Gordon and Joy will form the network's first two-man broadcast team for NASCAR Cup Series broadcasts.
While race week may be all business for the drivers, Gordon is having some fun with this Daytona 500 traffic report.
NASCAR on FOX is also taking a drive down memory lane this week, dusting off some of the old highlights, including Gordon's very first Daytona 500 victory in 1997.
For more on Sunday's Daytona 500 on Pittsburgh's FOX 53 including some of the top storylines to watch, check out this race preview.
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