Say what you want about guys like Kevin Harvick, Kyle Busch, Joey Logano, Jimmie Johnson and the like, but it’s a fairly safe assumption they’re going to be in the Sprint Cup championship mix every season. But as the 2016 Sprint Cup season quickly approaches, there are several drivers who are at the opposite end of the spectrum. Show More Summary
Earning three championships, the 1990s was Jeff Gordon’s decade (he also won a fourth title in 2001). Earning five consecutive championships from 2006 through 2010, the 2000s was unquestionably Jimmie Johnson’s decade (he secured a sixth...Show More Summary
NASCAR's Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jimmie Johnson will drive Batman and Superman cars five days before the release of "Batman v Superman."
Jimmy Johnson has had quite the career, including college success at Oklahoma State, a national championship at Miami, winning two Super Bowl with the Dallas Cowboys, getting fired by Jerry Jones after the second one, working in TV with...Show More Summary
There have been worse postseason games than the Chiefs 27-0 snoozer over the Texans. Jacksonville beat Miami 62-7 in Jimmy Johnson’s (...)
No one is suggesting that Jimmie Johnson's time at or near the peak of NASCAR has ended. He remains, at age 40, a contender for victory in every Sprint Cup race he enters. It's not a question of whether Johnson can win a Chase, NASCAR 's oft-changing format for determining championships in its premier series, in the future. Show More Summary
@colon coward — Jimmy Johnson (@JimmyJohnson) January 2, 2016 This is and will remain to be, the best Freudian slip of 2016. It's going to take a LONG time to challenge this entry from FOX's Jimmy Johnson. Johnson, presumably tryingShow More Summary
Remember this poem? For want of a nail, the shoe was lost. For want of a shoe, the horse was lost. For want of a horse, the rider was lost. For want of a rider, the message was lost. For want of a message, the battle was lost. For want of a battle, the kingdom... The post 2015 NASCAR Rewind: Jimmie Johnson appeared first on Frontstretch.
[Now that’s dedication—not to mention a lot of blue. Jimmie Johnson fans at Texas Motor Speedway, 2015. Photo credit: Ralph Lauer/AP Images] Read more...
If "The Dab" wasn't dead after Fox NFL analyst Jimmy Johnson did it on Sunday's pregame show, it is now. New York Jets players had owner Woody Johnson hit The Dab in the locker room after a 23-20 overtime victory over the New York Giants. Show More Summary
1. Let's watch Jimmy Johnson attempt to teach a World War II vet to dab during FOX's salute to service on Sunday. 2. Let's establish that Jimmy Johnson has no idea how to dab. "Oompah! Oompah!" 3. Let us all resolve to take our dabbing lessons only from the real experts: college football coaches. Show More Summary
Colts coach Chuck Pagano says it’s “ridiculous” to think he could play Matt Hasselbeck over a healthy Andrew Luck. But while it might be ridiculous, a move like that wouldn’t be unprecedented. In fact, a Super Bowl-winning coach once sat his future Hall of Famer franchise quarterback on the bench and chose instead to start…
NASCAR recently cracked down on fender modifications. They’ve also added cameras along pit lane to monitor teams a little closer when a suspicious fender mod shows up on track. You can guess how well this went for Jimmie Johnson’s team when a crew member hip-checked a big dent in the side of the car. Read more...
When the Sprint Cup Series race at Phoenix finally got going on Sunday, NASCAR deemed Kurt Busch was a little too anxious. Busch, who started second, beat polesitter Jimmie Johnson to the start-finish line. By rule, the second place car cannot beat the polesitter to the line on the start of the race. Show More Summary
It happened again. Remember when people thought Jimmie Johnson won the Daytona when Fox replayed the 2013 race the following year in a rain delay? Well, there were some people on Twitter who apparently thought that NBC's replay of the November 1 race at Martinsville was real again. Sunday's race at Phoenix has been delayed by rain. Show More Summary
Jimmie Johnson has won this race three times, and has the pole position on Sunday at Phoenix. Jimmie Johnson isn't alive for the Chase for the Sprint Cup, but he remains a force to be reckoned with as NASCAR reaches its 35th of 36 races...Show More Summary
By AMANDA VINCENT Last weekend’s race winner at Texas Motor Speedway, Jimmie Johnson, claimed the pole for Sunday’s Quicken Loans Race for Heroes 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Phoenix International Raceway. He did so with a track-record lap of 25.147 seconds/143.158 mph in the third of three rounds of qualifying at the track [...]
The NASCAR season is down to just two remaining races, with the final event of the Eliminator Round set to take place Sunday at Phoenix. Non-Chase driver Jimmie Johnson won last week at Texas and will go for back-to-back victories after taking the pole Friday. Show More Summary
Johnson will lead the field to the green flag in the penultimate race of the season. Continuing to act as the playoff spoiler, Jimmie Johnson captured the No. 1 starting position Friday at Phoenix International Raceway for Sunday's Quicken...Show More Summary
On Friday afternoon, the Sprint Cup Series teams took to Phoenix International Raceway’s one-mile tri-oval for 85 minutes of practice. Unlike last week in Texas, the trend during the session was that drivers could still pump out fast laps on tires that had as many as 15 laps on them. Show More Summary