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Tiger Woods Earns 83 Times More Money Endorsing Things Than Playing Golf

The sprinter Usain Bolt has earned $15,000 in race winnings over the last year but $21 million in sponsorships. Nascar star Jimmie Johnson, on the other hand, pulled in $16.2 million in winnings but a mere $6.5 million in endorsements. Show More Summary

Kyle Busch wins the 2015 Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway

Kyle Busch earns first wins since Daytona crash. Four months after a crash left him with devastating injuries, Kyle Busch won his Sprint Cup Series race of the season Sunday at Sonoma Raceway. Busch passed leader Jimmie Johnson with five laps remaining, then outran older brother Kurt Busch and Clint Bowyer to secure the win. Show More Summary

NASCAR power rankings: Truex surpasses Johnson, Harvick to grab No. 1 spot

With Martin Truex Jr. on historical run, he leapfrogs Jimmie Johnson and Kevin Harvick in this week’s rankings. Even though he was coming off a victory a week ago, Martin Truex Jr. remained third in the power rankings because the guys ahead of him in the rankings had done nothing to indicate they weren't deserving of the top two positions. Show More Summary

Five Points to Ponder: Gordon’s Strife & The Worst Words In NASCAR

ONE: A Week Off 15 races of the 2015 Sprint Cup Series are in the books as we head into a rare weekend off.  Just eleven races shy of the start of this year’s playoffs, Jimmie Johnson has the most wins with four in total, Kevin Harvick...Show More Summary

Penalty Against Jimmie Johnson Repealed

A penalty against Hendrick Motorsports has been removed after an appeal made by the team. Incidentally, there was a grey area regarding the penalty since two warnings were required for a penalty and one of them was on an unclear basis. A panel of three officials decided against holding the penalty which would have resulted

NASCAR at Michigan 2015: Race Schedule, Live Stream Info and Drivers to Watch

Kasey Kahne leads the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series from the pole position Sunday in Michigan at the beloved Quicken Loans 400, with positioning on a crowded leaderboard the ultimate goal for the sport's biggest names. Jimmie Johnson, of course, leads the way with four wins, but Kevin Harvick is right behind, as is the surprising Martin Truex Jr. Show More Summary

NASCAR at Michigan 2015: Start Time, Lineup, TV Schedule and More

NASCAR and its Sprint Cup hopefuls encounter the Quicken Loans 400 yet again Sunday at Michigan International Speedway. There, Jimmie Johnson will look to defend his triumph in the same event one year ago while fending off the rest of...Show More Summary

Jimmie Johnson, Kevin Harvick lead NASCAR power rankings; Martin Truex Jr. closes gap

He may now have a win to his name, but Jimmie Johnson and Kevin Harvick each have multiple victories this season. The premise of the NASCAR power ranking couldn't be any more straightforward. To be at or near the top, a driver needs to perform well consistently. Show More Summary

Did You Notice? … Optical Illusions For NASCAR, Appeals And Michael Waltrip

Did You Notice?… Any specific reasons why Jimmie Johnson’s team failed pre-qualifying inspection at Charlotte? No, I don’t have them either. That’s ultimately the reason why a NASCAR Appeals panel Tuesday threw out the most hotly debated P1 penalty since the sport developed a new system. It’s also left many fans in a state of...

Tweet N Greet: Martin Truex Jr., Ty Dillon, Jimmie Johnson, Plus More!

Frontstretch will scour Twitter and other social media platforms every week looking for some of the best posts from your favorite NASCAR drivers, personalities and other people around the world of stock car racing. These were some of our favorite posts and we hope you enjoy them too! 1.) Bring Buescher & Bubba to Pocono 2.)...

Jimmie Johnson's pit stall penalty overturned by NASCAR appeals panel

Jimmie Johnson won't have the last pick of pit stalls at Michigan. Johnson's No. 48 was given written warnings for violations in consecutive races. Before the race at Dover, the team was penalized with a P1 penalty, the lowest-level infraction in NASCAR. Show More Summary

Hendrick Motorsports wins appeal

By AMANDA VINCENT On Tuesday, the National Motorsports Appeals Panel overturned a NASCAR penalty assessed to the No. 48 Hendrick Motorsports team (driver: Jimmie Johnson, crew chief Chad Knaus) that competes in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. NASCAR issued written warnings to the No. 48 team over the course of two-consecutive race weekends at Charlotte [...]

Appeals Panel Rescinds No. 48, Jimmie Johnson Penalty

Jimmie Johnson‘s appeal for a P1 penalty assessed at the end of May has been rescinded. A National Motorsports Appeals Panel handed down their decision Tuesday after both sides, Johnson and NASCAR presented their case surrounding warnings the No. 48 team had been assessed in back-to-back weeks. Those warnings, penned by NASCAR officials concerned a...

Biggest NASCAR Storylines to Watch Ahead of Sprint Cup Series at Pocono

It's hard to believe, but we are halfway through the regular season. It seems like yesterday Joey Logano won the Daytona 500, and since then Jimmie Johnson has won four races, Kevin Harvick keeps finishing second (two wins too) and Jeff...Show More Summary

Four Burning Questions at Pocono: Menard’s Rise and Hendrick Stalwarts

NASCAR’s northeast swing rolls through the Pocono Mountains this weekend for the Axalta “We Paint Winners” 400 at the historic Pocono Raceway. Jimmie Johnson shocked no one last week by attaining his 10th overall victory at Dover, a result that was largely expected given Johnson’s aptitude at the ferocious concrete mile oval. But Pocono, ladies...

NASCAR 101: With 13 Down, Who Can Win with 13 to Go?

Joey Logano. Jimmie Johnson. Kevin Harvick. Carl Edwards. Brad Keselowski. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Kurt Busch. Matt Kenseth. Denny Hamlin. With 13 races run in the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season, these are the drivers who have punched a ticket to the Chase when it begins come September. A blistering pace when it comes to...

NASCAR Power Rankings: It's Jimmie Johnson, Kevin Harvick and everyone else

Just as they have finished so many times this season, Jimmie Johnson and Kevin Harvick are ordered 1-2 in the weekly rankings. Has the power rankings better reflected the current state of NASCAR than now with Jimmie Johnson and Kevin Harvick firmly positioned on the top. Show More Summary

Jimmie Johnson gets his 10th Dover win

Your browser does not support iframes. Jimmie Johnson now has 10 wins at Dover and the latest came with a familiar strategy. Much like he did at Kansas earlier in May, Johnson opted for track position instead of tires during a late-race caution. Show More Summary

Did You Notice? … The Key To Qualifying, Sophomore Slumps & Quick Hits

Did You Notice? … Qualifying has become a point of emphasis for top teams? None other than Dover winner Jimmie Johnson spoke about his struggles in that department, one of only three drivers this season to win a race after starting outside the top 10. “Raw speed hasn’t been our strong suit,” he admitted in...

NASCAR Sprint Cup Power Rankings: Top 15 After Dover

Breaking News: Jimmie Johnson wins at Dover. OK, maybe not a surprise headline but Johnson did lead just 23 laps and held off a green-white-checkered charge from teammate Kasey Kahne and Kevin Harvick. The victory marks his 10th at Dover, making him only the fifth driver to reach that milestone. The Monster had no mercy,...

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