Off-road racer turned NASCAR sensation, Jimmie Johnson has had racing in his blood since he was a kid. His solid consistency has propelled him to the top list of races in recent years, making him one of the most formidable racers his age in the circuit.
Jimmie Johnson: 'We're working our guts out' to find more speed
Jimmie Johnson isn't persuaded his No. 48 team is running well enough to win the 2014 Sprint Cup championship, tying Johnson with Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt for the most titles in NASCAR's top series.The folly of fretting about Jimmie Johnson in NASCAR's Chase
We're only one race into NASCAR's 10-race Chase for the Sprint Cup title playoff and already there's a lot of hand-wringing about Jimmie Johnson.Turn 4: NASCAR's burning questions
Has Jimmie Johnson's aura of invincibility faded? Which title contender disappointed most Sunday? Should Kevin Harvick fans be worried? Who would be the best fit in the No. 9 car in 2015? Our guys have at it.NASCAR New Hampshire 2014: Jimmie Johnson: 'We?re not the dominant car right now'
Johnson needs more speed if he is to win a record-tying seventh NASCAR championship. Traditionally the beginning of the Chase for the Sprint Cup is the time of the year when Jimmie Johnson asserts his superiority en route to an eventual championship. But although NASCAR's playoffs have completed just one of 10 races, Johnson's No. 48 team is a noticeable step behind the guys who are the ...Jimmie Johnson hopes to claim 7th Cup title
LOUDON, N.H. ? Jimmie Johnson occupies an unfamiliar position in the Sprint Cup Chase going into tomorrow?s running of the Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Johnson began the Chase last weekend with a 12th place finish at Chicagoland Speedway. The six-time Sprint Cup champion arrived at Loudon ranked eighth in the standings with 2,041 points. Twice since 2005, Johnson has arrived at ...Jimmie Johnson treated for dehydration post-race
Six-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson took five liters of intravenous fluid after a hot Saturday night of racing at Richmond International Raceway, spending more than an hour in the infield care center with a case of severe dehydration. I will have to dig in and see what happened."Next two races should say much about Johnson's shot at No. 7
I know there are a lot of questions being asked about whether No. 48 fans should be worried. Just look at the numbers, they speak a lot. Since Jimmie Johnson won the Michigan race in June, he's only garnered two top-five finishes. The other negative indicator is Jimmie really hasn't been leading very many laps.Jimmie Johnson treated for dehydration after race
Defending NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson fell ill following Saturday night's race at Richmond International Raceway and eventually took on five liters of intravenous fluids to treat him for dehydration. ''I just got dehydrated in the car,'' Johnson said after emerging from the infield care center at Richmond International Raceway, where he received the fluids over about 90 minutes immediately ...NASCAR: Jimmie Johnson needed Secret Service to find golf ball
Our series of NASCAR driver interviews continues this week with defending NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson, who enters the Chase for the Sprint Cup seeking his record-tying seventh title.NASCAR's Jimmie Johnson hopes for seventh title
While he's feeling the pressure, Jimmie Johnson told CNBC the Chase for the Sprint Cup's new format actually takes some of the stress away.
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