This time there would not be another hard-charging comeback by Jimmie Johnson. Johnson, the record six-time winner at Auto Club Speedway and defending winner of the Auto Club 400, had to start near the rear of the 39-car field Sunday after he failed to qualify because he crashed his practice car....
Jimmie Johnson damaged his primary car in an incident during practice on Friday and his team chose to focus its attention on preparing the backup for Saturday’s two practices. Kyle Larson will start on the pole in Sunday’s Auto ClubShow More Summary
Earnhardt is feeling no ill effects after missing 18 races last season with concussion symptoms. Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jimmie Johnson each have contracts that expire at the end of the season, but the Hendrick Motorsports teammates both...Show More Summary
By AMANDA VINCENT Auto Club Speedway, site of Sunday’s Auto Club 400 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race, in Fontana, Calif., honored one of its home-state drivers Friday by inducting El Cajon native Jimmie Johnson into its Walk of Fame. “It’s fun to be back home,” Johnson said. “Just fun to go back and see [...]
Jimmie Johnson finished ninth at Phoenix. (Getty) Jimmie Johnson would appreciate you not making superficial snap judgments based off the first four races of the season. The defending Cup Series champion is 16th in the points standings and got his first top-10 finish of the season last week at Phoenix. Show More Summary
Jimmie Johnson doesn’t yet have a top-10 finish, the first time he’s gone this late in a season without one. As Martin Truex Jr. rejoiced in winning a race he thought he had lost, Brad Keselowski came to terms with losing a race he thought...Show More Summary
The Dark Knight vs. The Man of Steel.
The fall Charlotte race won’t be any different than the one Jimmie Johnson won in 2016. The fall race at Charlotte Motor Speedway isn’t changing. For 2017, at least. According to NBC Sports, NASCAR and CMS is leaving the 500-mile race at the track alone and it will be run on the 1.5-mile oval as usual on Oct. Show More Summary
Jimmie being Jimmie.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and former coach Jimmy Johnson shared a celebration of the 1992 team that won them their first Super Bowl
This wreck involved almost half the field! The Daytona 500 was full of big wrecks on Sunday, and this 16-car wreck might be the biggest. That is 16 cars out of 38 that started. Almost half of the field! Notable drivers who were taken out of race due to this wreck include Danica Patrick and Jimmie Johnson. Show More Summary
Today’s racing at Daytona can’t make it very far without a caution, and the most recent saw a half dozen cars batter Jimmie Johnson’s from every angle. Denny Hamlin, Trevor Bayne, Chris Buescher, and Kevin Harvick all teamed up to levy the punishment on Johnson, who had been running third. Another casualty? Danica… Read more...
It looks like the two men have finally buried the hatchet
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and Jimmy Johnson reunited to celebrate their first Super Bowl-winning team on the 28th anniversary of the day Jones bought the team, fired Tom Landry and hired his former Arkansas teammate as coach
Jimmy Johnson -- in town this weekend for bash with his 'Boys, celebrating '92 season -- tells our Tim Cowlishaw what we figured he'd say: He was ready to go when Jerry Jones "fired" him after rift in '94. Don't really believe JimmyShow More Summary
By CHRISTOPHER SORBEY Jimmie Johnson- Now sporting a wickedly awesome beard, newly crowned seven-time champ Jimmie Johnson begins his quest for title No. eight. By season’s end, the legend of Johnson certainly has a chance to grow leaps and bounds. Should J.J. capture six wins in 2017, he would rank fourth on the all-time wins [...]
NASCAR is mostly a love it-hate it sport. Those who love it make up an incredibly loyal fan base that appreciates racing stalwarts like Jimmie Johnson who defy death at insane speeds while those who hate declare NASCAR to be a bunch of yahoos driving around in circles. This weekend, the racing season begins with its biggest event - the …
Twelve NASCAR drivers and personalities will voice characters in the upcoming film. Richard Petty’s owns a NASCAR record 200 wins and his seven championships is a record he shares with Dale Earnhardt Sr. and Jimmie Johnson. But according...Show More Summary
Jimmie Johnson’s two spins during Sunday’s exhibition Clash have raised concerns within the Hendrick Motorsports camp. Dale Earnhardt may not been on the track and instead serving as a Fox Sports 1 analyst, but what he saw from the broadcast admittedly made him nervous. Show More Summary
Emmitt Smith believes there would have been a dynasty in Big D had Jimmy Johnson remained in Dallas.