This Sunday’s STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway could end up with a surprising finish. Because of all the beating and banging that goes on, it’s hard to pick a favorite. Sure, Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson have won eight times each at...Show More Summary
Your browser does not support iframes. NASCAR conspiracy theories are ridiculous. No, NASCAR wasn't rigging races for Jimmie Johnson during his five-year title run. No, the sport doesn't manipulate things to benefit Dale Earnhardt Jr. Show More Summary
Jimmy Johnson hauled in a blue marlin that's as big as he is.
Drivers Kevin Harvick, Jimmie Johnson, Kasey Kahne and Matt Kenseth have a history of winning and staying in the top 10 of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. NSCS drivers Martin Truex Jr. and A. J. Allmendinger race every event like the regular...Show More Summary
Kevin Harvick finds himself in the same position he was in for most of last season. In the modern era (1972-present) only Cale Yarborough, Darrell Waltrip and Jimmie Johnson followed winning their first Cup Series championship by taking the title the following year. Show More Summary
And the winners are...Joey Logano, Jimmie Johnson and Kevin Harvick. Those three NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers won the first three races of the 2015 season at Daytona, Atlanta and Las Vegas, respectively. Harvick was the latest to pull into...Show More Summary
LAS VEGAS — The first three weeks of the Sprint Cup season have been pound-for-pound some of the most sublime in recent NASCAR (...)
Martin Truex Jr. is turning the corner after a miserable 2014.
The race at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Sunday saw six time champion Jimmie Johnson pulling away after a restart 13 laps before the end of the race and winning it. He started near the back of the race having failed to get a qualifying run. This means that he had a lot of work to
We’ve seen a rather topsy-turvy start to the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup season in the first two races. Joey Logano unexpectedly won the Daytona 500, and Jimmie Johnson looked like the JJ of old in winning at Atlanta. But what about guysShow More Summary
Is Chip Kelly the next Steve Spurrier, destined to not repeat his college success in the NFL? Or is he Jimmy Johnson?
Though Jimmie Johnson did the expected at Atlanta, that doesn’t mean a seventh championship is inevitable. The victory was vintage in its execution. Despite being forced to start at the rear of the field following a problem in qualifying,...Show More Summary
HAMPTON, Ga. - 40. 52. 44. 66. 40. No, it's not a list of the cars collected in either of the surprisingly large accidents on Sunday at Atlanta Motor Speedway. It's a list of the mean Fahrenheit temperatures of this date at the track over the last five years. Show More Summary
Pop quiz: Who is the hottest driver in the Sprint Cup Series right now? (Careful, this is a bit of a trick question.) Daytona 500 winner Joey Logano, you say? Nope. Atlanta winner Jimmie Johnson? Try again. What about Dale EarnhardtShow More Summary
NASCAR rolled out its new rules--rules that weren't in place for the Daytona 500--at Atlanta Motor Speedway. From testing on Thursday, to qualifying on Friday, to the running of the Sprint Cup Series' second race, the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500, the weekend tested all the teams' capacity to adapt to new conditions. Show More Summary
The 2015 Chase for the Sprint Cup commenced with NASCAR's brightest young star in Joey Logano winning, but Sunday's Honor QuikTrip 500 in Atlanta saw Jimmie Johnson's most familiar face in Victory Lane. NASCAR announced the win via Twitter: Johnson...Show More Summary
When Jimmie Johnson took the lead on Sunday, he was dominant. On the final restart, the six-time champion got out front and easily ran away from the field to claim his first win of the season in Atlanta. The victory was Johnson's 71st...Show More Summary
The six-time Sprint Cup champion won his first race of 2015 Sunday at Atlanta. Jimmie Johnson got the jump on a pivotal restart with 15 laps remaining, fended off Dale Earnhardt Jr. then drove away to win Sunday's NASCAR race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Kevin Harvick finished second, followed by Earnhardt, pole-sitter Joey Logano and Matt Kenseth. Show More Summary
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla – Jimmie Johnson dominated the second Budweiser Duel qualifying race at Daytona for the win, while Danica Patrick raced her way in to the Daytona 500 after being caught up in a crash. Patrick was wrecked after she and Denny Hamlin were in close proximity on the track with only a handful of laps to go. Show More Summary
DAYTONA BEACH -- Six-time points champion Jimmie Johnson assumed the lead in the Daytona 500 at the 400-mile mark.