Today Jimmie Johnson is known as one of the most talented and most accomplished drivers in NASCAR, having won six of the last nine Cup titles. Back up two decades, though, and he was competing in a completely different arena, proving himself to be a powerhouse in stadium truck racing, and an emerging talent in desert… »
Jimmie Johnson went a little too enthusiastically into the pits during today’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Pure Michigan 400 and accidentally overshot his pit stall. Your pit stall is just a bit closer to the wall, dude.
NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Jimmie Johnson claims he was trying to adjust the track bar in his car because it was too loose, but I know he secretly wanted more of that sweet, sweet oversteer. Johnson once again showed that he is a master of opposite lock in a situation that would’ve sent many other drivers into the wall.
Just when I think General Motors' SEMA offerings will be total duds this year, they go and totally redeem themselves with a very badass 1971 Corvette powered by a brand new LT1 crate motor from a modern Corvette Stingray. It's for Jimmie Johnson, a man who knows more than a little bit about speed. »
On just the second lap of the Daytona 500 there was a massive crash involving numerous cars. Jimmie Johnson appears to have been turned by Elliott Sadler and then thwacked by David Ragan, followed by a pinball that claimed a bunch of other cars including Danica Patrick who, somehow, threads the needle between two cars. »
We don't usually lead with NASCAR. But then, NASCAR races of 500 miles aren't usually decided by two thousandths of a second. »
At today's qualifying session for the 50th running of the "Great American Race," Jimmie Johnson clinched the pole for next Sunday's race with a lap speed of 185.082mph today on the 2.5-mile banked tri-oval. It's a good way for Johnson to start out a season where he's looking to match the record set by the great Cale… »
C'mon, why's everyone gittin' all over Nascar star and yesterday's Daytona 500 winner Jimmie Johnson? Just because his crew chief Chad "The Finagler" Knaus got himself suspended for slapping illegal aerodynamic appointments on Johnson's car before a qualifying run doesn't mean JJ's win in the most high-profile race… »
Jimmie Johnson, last weekend's winner at Dover, DE, had his rear shocks confiscated by
the France Family Henchmen
NASCAR officials, along with Kyle Busch, Ryan Newman, Rusty Wallace, Mark Martin and Greg Biffle. The reason? Other drivers were complaining about the height of the cars' rear ends. While they all passed… »