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Jimmie Johnson's 7th title solidifies his spot as NASCAR's best ever

Your browser does not support iframes. HOMESTEAD, Fla. — It’s time to call Jimmie Johnson what he is: The best driver in NASCAR history. It’s a title bound to rankle fans of Dale Earnhardt and Richard Petty, but Johnson is now worthy...Show More Summary

Jimmie Johnson wins history-making seventh Sprint Cup title

Your browser does not support iframes. HOMESTEAD, Fla. — Jimmie Johnson is now on the same page in the history books as Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt. He has his seventh championship, winning it in easily more dramatic fashion than any of his previous six. Show More Summary

Jimmie Johnson edges up on NASCAR history, like it or not

Your browser does not support iframes. HOMESTEAD, Fla.—Jimmie Johnson tells the story of the first time he met Dale Earnhardt. Johnson had been crashing on the couch of Ron Hornaday Jr., one of Earnhardt’s drivers, and Hornaday once brought Johnson along for a trip to Earnhardt’s garage. Show More Summary

NASCAR wraps 2016 season by honoring Jimmie Johnson, Tony Stewart

Seven-time champion Jimmie Johnson and the retiring Tony Stewart were the focus as NASCAR concluded its season Friday night in Las Vegas. Honoring the legacy of one of its all-time great rivers who's retiring, while celebrating the accomplishments...Show More Summary

NASCAR Cup: Dale Earnhardt Jr. voted Most Popular Driver, again

By AMANDA VINCENT Newly-crowned 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion — a seven-time champion — Jimmie Johnson may have been the biggest honoree and star of the evening during the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards banquet at Wynn Las Vegas, but during the ceremony, Dale Earnhardt Jr. received the Sprint Most Popular Driver Award, [...]

NASCAR -- We're Monster Now! New Sponsor Revealed

If NASCAR star Jimmie Johnson wins a record-setting 8th championship next year... he'll be spraying Monster Energy drinks instead of champagne.

Monster Energy Reportedly Replacing Sprint as NASCAR's Premier Series Sponsor

Monster Energy is set to replace Sprint as the main sponsor for NASCAR's top series, Bob Pockrass of ESPN.com reported Thursday. The Sprint Cup Series has featured the best drivers in the sport, with Jimmie Johnson winning his seventh...Show More Summary

Argument on all-time greatest NASCAR driver futile

Jimmie Johnson joined the ranks of seven-time champions with his win in the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season-finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway. It’s the most exclusive of exclusive fraternities within the NASCAR world, so exclusive that other than newest member Johnson, only NASCAR Hall of Famers Dale Earnhardt and Richard Petty are members. As its [...]

Young Jimmie Johnson superfan tearfully loses his mind while celebrating driver's seventh title

We’ve found it: The best thing we’ve seen in NASCAR this year. But it’s not something you’d find on the track. (...)

Jimmie Johnson's 7th NASCAR title caused this young fan to break down in tears of joy

Everyone has that moment as a kid where they’re so excited to see their favorite athlete win that they can’t contain it anymore. Young Nicholas proved this so perfectly over the weekend when Jimmie Johnson won his seventh NASCAR title. Nicholas...Show More Summary

Jimmie Johnson gave Tony Stewart an unforgettable early Christmas present

NASCAR driver Tony Stewart got an early Christmas present from Jimmie Johnson this week after Johnson won his seventh Sprint Cup Series Championship. Johnson gave Stewart his race helmet, which Johnson had just worn at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Sunday to capture his latest NASCAR victory. “This is probably the biggest honor you can have as […]

Jimmie Johnson described to Stephen Colbert what it feels like to crash in a NASCAR race

Jimmie Johnson visited The Late Show With Stephen Colbert to celebrate his latest title, and was asked about what it feels like to (...)

Dale Earnhardt Jr. jokes his dad would have congratulated Jimmie Johnson with a headlock

Johnson won his seventh championship on Sunday, tying the record held by Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt. Dale Earnhardt Jr. knows exactly how his late father would've welcomed Jimmie Johnson into the exclusive club of drivers thatShow More Summary

Jimmie Johnson Emerges from Homestead Mayhem to Match NASCAR's Best

Jimmie Johnson has been around, disrupting the NASCAR balance of power, in every way and every kind of Chase devised to thwart him. It took 15 seasons to get seven championships. The seventh appeared at Homestead-Miami Speedway likeShow More Summary

Jimmy Johnson joins two legends with his 7th Sprint Cup championship

HOMESTEAD, Fla. -- Jimmie Johnson had the commemorative helmet and a photographer chronicling his every move. He had even planned to run a symbolic seven miles the night before his shot at a seventh championship. He's adamant he didn't know something special was coming. Show More Summary

From a Friend's Couch to 7-Time NASCAR Champion: An Exclusive Interview with Jimmie Johnson

Jimmie Johnson just won the 2016 Sprint Cup championship, but how he got there might be even more interesting.

NASCAR Cup: Jimmie Johnson wins seventh championship with Homestead victory

By AMANDA VINCENT Jimmie Johnson joined NASCAR Hall of Famers Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt in the NASCAR record book on Sunday, claiming his seventh NASCAR Sprint Cup by winning the Ford EcoBoost 400 season-finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway. His latest win was his fifth of the season, most of any driver in 2016, and the [...]

FACTBOX-Motor racing-Career highlights of Jimmie Johnson

Nov 20 (Reuters) - Key facts about the career of Jimmie Johnson, who on Sunday tied the record with his seventh career title in the NASCAR season-long points race.

NASCAR Sprint Cup Winner 2016: Jimmie Johnson Tops Final Chase Standings, Grid

Jimmie Johnson won his seventh career Sprint Cup title with a first-place finish at the Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Sunday. The win tied him with Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt Sr. for the most titles in NASCAR history. Show More Summary

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