You’ve seen Jimmie Johnson race a car, but have you ever seen him do it in a superstore? Tune in or set your DVR’s to NBC’s new comedy “Superstore” tomorrow, Thursday, November 3 at 8 PM ET so see what kind of shenanigans the six-time NASCAR Champ can get himself into in a superstore.
There's nothing better in racing than a trip to victory lane, especially if your family is there with you. Last weekend's Bank of America 500 triumph ended Jimmie Johnson's longest winless drought of his career, and he had his two daughters, Evie and Lydia, there to celebrate with him.
When you’re in the midst of the longest winless drought of the year, there’s only one thing you want to do: and Jimmie Johnson did just that yesterday in the Bank of America 500. It may have been 24 races since the No. 48 last did a burnout, but contrary to Chad Knaus’ radio ribbing, Superman has not forgotten how to burn it down.
In this weekend’s final race of the regular season, Jimmie will run a teal and gold steering wheel in support of the Martin Truex Jr. Foundation . Truex’s Foundation focuses their support on women and children battling cancer, a cause close to he and much of the NASCAR family, as his longtime girlfriend Sherry Pollex overcame ovarian cancer.
Team Lowe’s Racing is never one to let a poor finish keep them from improving. Similarly, we aren’t going to let Saturday night’s 33rd place finish spoil what was an awesome weekend at NASCAR’s oldest superspeedway. Here’s a little throwback to our throwback weekend in Darlington…