When it comes to NASCAR racing, the name Jeff Gordon carries a significant amount of cache. A four-time NASCAR Cup Series champion, Gordon is undoubtedly one of the sport’s greatest athletes in recent memory. He is also a bit of a philanthropist, by way of the Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation. This non-profit organization supports pediatric cancer research, a goal Gordon has personally described as harder than any task he’s ever faced on the track. Now you have a chance to support the foundation and children struggling with cancer across the globe via a very special raffle. That is because you could take home this one-of-one 2021 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE owned by the racer himself.
From now through February 10, contestants will have a chance to purchase 15,000 raffle tickets in hopes of taking home the top prize. Tickets are $100 a pop, and no extra tickets are slated to be offered. The foundation noted that these giveaways have sold out quickly in the past, like when last year it took contestants just nine days to gobble up the ticket allotment. This sort of feverish buying is to be expected when you get a look at the car in question, however.
This one-of-one 2021 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE is off-set by matte gold accents and brake calipers, a color chosen due to its relationship with pediatric cancer awareness. Those calipers also feature the Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation logo, a further nod to the cause at hand. That logo can also be found under the hood, thanks to a unique engine plate which denotes this muscle car as a one-off project. Beyond the visual tweaks, the car remains a stock ZL1 1LE. This particular car features a six-speed manual backing up the 650 horsepower LT4 V8, which is the correct choice for such a badass machine.
All of the necessary taxes involved with winning this 2021 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE are slated to be handled by the foundation, with the winner also receiving $10,000 cash. If you would like to purchase a ticket to this special raffle event, you can follow the link provided here. We certainly think there are worse ways to spend $100, especially when you remember what this cause is fighting for. If you’re a NASCAR fan or just a muscle car maniac, this might just be a must-enter event.