For his final Southern 500 as a full-time NASCAR driver, Jimmie Johnson will pay tribute to fellow seven-time Cup champs Dale Earnhardt and Richard Petty.
Seven-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson finally got behind the wheel of and IndyCar, and now wants to race it even more.
Jimmie Johnson’s open-wheel excursion will continue next week when he joins Chip Ganassi Racing for an IndyCar test on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course.
Despite finishing second in Sunday’s Coca-Cola 600, Jimmie Johnson has been disqualified after failing post-race inspection.
Running at the first day of the 2020 IndyCar Open Test at COTA was severely limited due to poor weather conditions. Rinus VeeKay set the unofficial fastest lap of the day.
After over 18 seasons of Cup racing, seven-time champion Jimmie Johnson is giving it one last shot to win his eighth. He has announced he will retire after 2020.
Jimmie Johnson, fighting to not miss the postseason for the first time ever, is caught in a battle with those like Daniel Suárez, Ryan Newman, and Clint Bowyer for the final two playoff spots entering the Cup Series regular season finale at Indianapolis.
A day after finishing 15th at Pocono, Jimmie Johnson’s race engineer Cliff Daniels will take over as his crew chief effective immediately.
JR Hildebrand will race with Dreyer & Reinbold Racing in the 2019 Indianapolis 500, the second year in a row that the American has raced for the team. He will drive the #48 Chevrolet, paying tribute to Dan Gurney.
Joe Gibbs Racing’s Denny Hamlin has secured his second race win of the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. The #11 Camry driver took the win at Texas Motor Speedway, coming home ahead of Stewart-Haas Racing’s Clint Bowyer.
Jimmie Johnson is triumphant in the Advance Auto Parts Clash following a rain-filled race that ended with a multi-car wreck.