Jeff Gordon, one of the biggest names in NASCAR, is selling his New York condominium for $30 million. Gordon originally purchased the 3,454 square foot luxury apartment back in 2007 for $9.7 million and now has his sights on tripling his money.

The three bedroom and four bath condo in the exclusive “House” section of the ultra-luxurious condominium building features Santos Mahogany floors with solid brass inlaid edging, while the living and dining room showcase east-facing views of Central Park.

The large master suite measures over 740 square feet and includes a separate dressing room, two walk in closets and a luxurious en suite limestone bath with Boffi soaking tub.

Designed by famed architect and historian Robert A.M. Stern, exquisite home sits in a prime location on Central Park at 61st Street, next to Time Warner Center and close to Lincoln Center and the Theater District.

Jeff Gordon is a four time series champion and a three time Daytona 500 winner. He is third on the all time wins list, with 87 career wins, and has the most wins in NASCAR’s modern era (1972-present). He is also the active iron man leader for consecutive races participated in. In 2009, Gordon became the first NASCAR driver to reach $100 million in career winnings.

Gordon began racing at the age of five, racing quarter midgets. The Roy Hayer Memorial Race Track in Rio Linda, California is noted as the first track Gordon ever competed on. By the age of 6, Jeff Gordon had won 35 main events and set five track records.

Jeff Gordon married model and actress Ingrid Vandebosch on November 7, 2006 in a small private ceremony and they have two children, Ella Sofia Gordon (born 2007) and Leo Benjamin Gordon (born 2010).