When Will Jeff Gordon's Losing Streak End?

Travis SmithAnalyst IIJune 23, 2010

BROOKLYN, MI - JUNE 11:  Jeff Gordon drives of the #24 DuPont/National Guard Job Skills Chevrolet during practice for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Heluva Good! Sour Cream Dips 400 at Michigan International Speedway on June 11, 2010 in Brooklyn, Michigan.  (Photo by Geoff Burke/Getty Images for NASCAR)
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Jeff Gordon is one of the greatest driver's in the history of auto racing.

Jeff Gordon also has done it all in NASCAR; 82 career victories, 76 pole awards, 270 Top 5s, 369 Top 10s, and a four-time Sprint Cup Series champion.

Fans respect Jeff Gordon for everything that he has done in NASCAR, but it seems like the impossible is happening each and every week; Jeff Gordon isn't winning races.

Jeff has admitted before that winning is everything in NASCAR and that he isn't having much fun when he isn't winning races.

Jeff's on-track behavior this season has been proof that he is a desperate man to win a race.

For example, last Sunday Gordon spun out Martin Truex Jr, Elliott Sadler, and David Ragan in one race.

Gordon admitted that his driving was something he wasn't proud of but with all that being said, when will Gordon finally win a damn race?

Jeff seems to be in contention to win each and every week but it always seems like a victory for Jeff just slips away at the end of the race.

Gordon dominated Las Vegas, Texas, and Richmond only to lose the race at the end.

Gordon started in first spot on the last restart at Martinsville and Phoenix, only to be passed.

Every week fans see the 24 car out in front but for whatever reason, Gordon and company cannot seem to seal the deal on a victory.

So now the talks of when Gordon's losing streak will end are in full effect as the Sprint Cup Series gets ready for the summer stretch.

Jeff Gordon can win at any racetrack that the Sprint Cup schedule has to offer but it seems like the four-time champion is a hit or miss at most races this season.

He could snap the streak as soon as this Sunday or for only the third time in his career, Gordon could go winless for 2010.

No matter what you think about Jeff Gordon, you have to admit that he is one of the greatest drivers in the history of the sport but can Gordon snap his losing streak this season?

Only time will tell.