Is it reasonable to compare auto racing to stick and ball sports? Maybe? …or maybe not?
Jimmie Johnson answers to many nicknames, from ‘Superman’ to ‘Seven-Time.’ Now he’s going to have to keep his ears perked for when a little voice calls out to Jiminy Johnson.
Robb Report’s February, 2017 issue is The Speed Issue. So it is only fitting that newly crowned Seven-Time NASCAR Champ Jimmie Johnson is a featured story.
Jimmie is heading down to the Lone Star State and the site of Sunday's Superbowl to promote the upcoming Daytona 500. He's got a busy schedule today (2/1), check his schedule below to see where you can watch him live!
On January 23, 1966, American racing icon Dan Gurney won his fourth straight NASCAR race at the twisty, dusty Riverside International Raceway in California. Two weeks later he finished second in the first ever 24 Hour sports car endurance race at Daytona. What would be unheard of in today’s world of racing was commonplace in the race anything, any day, world of yesteryear.
One week ago, Jimmie Johnson was surprised by a dear friend and gave a speech for the ages.
It's hard to beat Champion's Week when you're the Champion! This week NASCAR gathers one last time in 2016 to celebrate their new 7-Time Champion, Jimmie Johnson.
After Jimmie Johnson won his historic seventh championship Sunday, accolades poured in from his peers and from across the sporting world, as well as from celebrities we all know.
“The winner ain’t the one with the fastest car, it’s the one who refuses to lose.” - Dale Earnhardt
Ten weeks ago when the Chase for the Sprint Cup began in Chicago, Jimmie Johnson debuted a new helmet – one that he hoped would propel him to a record-tying seventh Championship, while paying tribute to the drivers who set that benchmark.