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Jimmie Johnson is a beast in a car or on a bike

Not only is Jimmie Johnson a better stock car driver than any of us mere mortals will ever hope to be, he could probably kick most of our butts in a bike race too. Need proof? The day after last Sunday's race at Dover, Johnson (along...Show More Summary

Happiness Is…Better Entertainment?

Dover is a track that over the past few years has failed to inspire fans to pay attention the the Cup races.  Part of this reasoning may be that Jimmie Johnson has run away with a number of the events.  Another aspect is that the cars seem to do little in the way of on-track … The post Happiness Is…Better Entertainment? appeared first on Frontstretch.

NASCAR Mailbox: Is Jimmie Johnson Showing Signs of Slowing Down?

It was a mere year ago that Jimmie Johnson went to Victory Lane in historic fashion at Dover International Speedway. The No. 48 team was victorious at the one-mile oval for the 10th time, the most in track history. Johnson has sinceShow More Summary

The 10: Masters of the Monster Mile

 The big crashes from Talladega Superspeedway and Dover International Speedway – and Martin Truex, Jr.’s bad luck – have continued to crop up in recent weeks. This time, both came at once, as Jimmie Johnson lost his transmission, causing a pileup that swung both Truex’s day and these power rankings into a complete different direction. Show More Summary

When a NASCAR Veteran and Rookies Collide — Or Don’t: Dover Gold

He was a-comin’. Jimmie Johnson may have been mired in the pack for much of the race, but that didn’t stop the guys in the booth from talking about the No. 48 all Sunday afternoon at Dover, did it?  We could all see the 11th win happening, even although the No. Show More Summary

18-car restart crash takes out host of Dover contenders

Your browser does not support iframes. Jimmie Johnson's car didn't get going on a restart at Dover with 47 laps to go and it led to an 18-car pileup. “As soon as I went from second [gear] and tried to go to third, I kind of got up into the neutral gate of the transmission and didn’t even go to third," Johnson said. Show More Summary

Jimmie Johnson triggers 18-car pileup at Dover

A faulty transmission caused Jimmie Johnson to slow and when he did the field stacked up behind him. When Jimmie Johnson's Chevrolet stalled on a restart Sunday at Dover International Speedway, what erupted was the kind of big wreckShow More Summary

18-car restart crash takes out host of Dover contenders

Jimmie Johnson's car didn't get going on a restart at Dover with 47 laps to go and it led to an 18-car pileup. As he restarted second, Johnson's car apparently got locked in gear as he shifted through the gears while accelerating towards turn 1. Show More Summary

NASCAR Dover 2016: Start time, TV schedule and live stream for AAA 400 Drive for Autism

Jimmie Johnson will try for a third straight win at the AAA 400 Drive For Autism on Sunday afternoon at Dover International Speedway in Delaware, a track he has dominated throughout his career. It is the 12th race of the 2016 NASCARShow More Summary

NASCAR Dover 2016: Jimmie Johnson's motocross background helped make him a legend at the Monster Mile

No driver has won more at Dover than Jimmie Johnson, for reasons that trace back to his motocross roots. Jimmie Johnson's foray into racing originated not in a car, but on a motorcycle as a 5-year-old in Southern California competing in motocross. Show More Summary

Inside Jon Gruden's 'Maniacal' Obsession with Football

TAMPA, Fla. — At this hour, a beautiful Florida sunrise is still a promise. The birds have not yet begun to sing. Down in Islamorada, Jimmy Johnson probably is a few hours away from dropping his first line into the Atlantic Ocean from his boat, 3 Rings. Show More Summary

2-Headed Monster: Who Wins at Every Track First, Kyle Busch or Jimmie Johnson?

Jimmie Johnson is Superman, Kyle Busch is the Shrub. Based on nicknames alone, you’d think that Johnson is leagues ahead of Busch, right? After all, Johnson has 77 wins to Busch’s 37, 212 top-5 finishes to Busch’s 139. Johnson owns 16...Show More Summary

Did You Notice? … NASCAR’s Most Improved Driver of 2016… And Most Dominant

Did You Notice? … Jimmie Johnson has won a Sprint Cup race at Dover in six of the past seven seasons? It’s a streak of remarkable consistency in line with Johnson’s overall dominance at the Monster Mile. In total, Johnson has won seven times at this one-mile oval since the start of the 2009 season. Show More Summary

Jimmie Johnson loses practice time at Kansas

By AMANDA VINCENT The No. 48 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet team of six-time champion Jimmie Johnson was docked 15 minutes of practice time at Kansas Speedway on Friday as teams prepare for Saturday night’s 400. The penalty came as a result of the No. 48 car failing template inspection three times before the May 1 [...]

NFL Execs: The Cowboys Under Stephen Jones Are Turning into a 'Scary' Contender

The NFC general manager says something that hasn't been heard in a long time, maybe since the 1990s, when Jimmy Johnson, Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith and Michael Irvin wrecked the NFL with multiple Super Bowl wins. "The Cowboys," he says, "are starting to scare me." Why? "You could always count on Jerry Jones f--king things up," he says. Show More Summary

Ten Teams Warned After Talladega

Ten teams between the Sprint Cup and XFINITY series were warned for failing pre-race inspection multiple times during the Talladega race weekend, including the No. 48 of Jimmie Johnson. Johnson’s team failed template inspection three times and in addition to his warning he will lose 15 minutes of practice time this weekend at Kansas Speedway. Show More Summary

Brad Keselowski wins attrition-filled race at Talladega

By AMANDA VINCENT Brad Keselowski claimed his second win of the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season on Sunday when he took the checkered flag in the Geico 500 at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway. joining Jimmie Johnson, Kyle Busch and Carl Edwards as multi-race winners through 10 races. “I’m so proud of everybody at Team Penske,” [...]

Where they stand: Sprint Cup Series points after Richmond

By AMANDA VINCENT When Carl Edwards claimed his second-straight NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win Sunday at Richmond (Va.) International Raceway, he joined Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Kyle Busch and Jimmie Johnson as two-time winners, so far, in 2016 and further cemented his spot in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship post-season. Nine races into [...]

Jimmie Johnson Wins Happy Hour in Richmond

Jimmie Johnson led the way in final practice for Sunday’s Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond International Raceway. In a session that saw all 40 cars take times on the 0.75-mile track, Johnson trumped them all with a lap time of 22.342 seconds [120.849 mph]. Show More Summary

Friday Face-off: Can Rowdy Catch Superman?

Kyle Busch scored the 36th win of his career Saturday night in Texas.  He’s currently 17th on the all-time wins list and third among active drivers (Jimmie Johnson ranks first with 77 and Tony Stewart is second with 48).  Will Busch eclipse Johnson’s total before he’s done? Clayton Caldwell, Contributor: It’s a great question. Show More Summary

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