(Via NBC) Jimmie Johnson’s quest for an eighth title has officially been kicked to 2018. Johnson hit the wall on lap 149 of Sunday’s race at Phoenix thanks to a blown tire. He drove the car straight to the garage, ending his day under NASCAR’s damaged car rules. Show More Summary
Chase Elliott, left, and Jimmie Johnson talk inside the garage area before practice for the NASCAR Cup Series auto race at Phoenix International Raceway, Friday, Nov. 10, 2017, in Avondale, Ariz. Both drivers are looking to fill the final spot for the Championship 4. Show More Summary
Jimmie Johnson hasn’t won at Phoenix since 2009. He likely needs a win on Sunday. (AP Photo/LM Otero) Can Chase Elliott or Jimmie Johnson get a win Sunday at Phoenix? The two Hendrick Motorsports drivers are essentially facing win-and-in...Show More Summary
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The defending Cup Series champion won’t win his NASCAR record eighth title this season after crashing out of Sunday’s playoff race. Jimmie Johnson’s pursuit of a NASCAR record eighth championship will have to wait until next season after...Show More Summary
The NASCAR driver won’t be getting his eighth championship this year.
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FORT WORTH - Kevin Harvick put himself into the NASCAR Monster Cup championship race by winning the AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway on Sunday. Jimmie Johnson, the seven-time champion, put himself into an unforgiving position with another inexplicable showing. Show More Summary
Johnson is racing for a record-breaking eighth NASCAR Cup Series title.
FORT WORTH - Jimmie Johnson, seeking a record-setting eighth NASCAR Monster Cup championship, will play his ace on Sunday: Texas Motor Speedway. Johnson enters the AAA Texas 500 with six wins in his last 10 Cup starts at TMS. Another victory would guarantee Johnson a spot in the season-ending championship race at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Show More Summary
Despite seven career wins, including this spring, the reigning and seven-time series champion has not been the talk of Texas this weekend.
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Win and you're into the NASCAR Championship 4 this weekend at Martinsville
You may remember Jimmie Johnson. Seven-time NASCAR Cup champion and one of the last men standing in contention to become the signature face of the sport after Dale Earnhardt Jr. retires at the end of this season. Winning a record eighth Cup title and surpassing two giants of the sport — Richard...
Plus reader questions on whether the new Charlotte road course is worthy addition to the Cup Series schedule, and Matt Kenseth’s trying 2017 season. Each week SB Nation's NASCAR reporter Jordan Bianchi answers your questions about the latest news and happenings within the sport. Show More Summary
Jimmie Johnson was talking to his newest pupil, but he might as well have been staring at the man in the mirror.
Kevin Harvick and Joey Logano will have a chance to tie Jimmie Johnson's wins record at Kansas
Jimmie Johnson, Kyle Busch and Matt Kenseth are past champions who would be out after this weekend.
He’s about to be the oldest team driver by almost two decades.