I'll admit that I'm not the biggest Jeff Gordon fan. I don't hate him, but when he started in NASCAR, I was a Dale Earnhardt fan and it seemed like everybody was ready to crown Gordon the new king and I wasn't having any part of that.

A lot of time has passed since then and Gordon has more than claimed his place among the greatest drivers of all time. So believe me when I tell you that I have the utmost respect for him.

While I may not be rooting for him on race day, I can't help but cheer him on when he's scaring the piss out of some unknowing victim by driving like a GTA V character with a five star wanted level.

You may remember when he took a car salesman for the ride of his life in a Pepsi Max commercial last year. Well, it seems a lot of people (myself included) questioned as to whether or not the stunt was real. Perhaps his biggest detractor was Jalopnik writer Travis Okulski.

Gordon took ol' Travis for the ride of his life while dressed as an ex-con cabbie and the result blows the original 'test drive' out of the water. Point and laugh at Travis while he squeals like a little girl and think again before questioning Mr. Gordon.