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Behind the Scenes
Aug
23

Gotta Love These Kids

Bristol has become a NASCAR family favorite. And one of our favorite traditions is when the children of Motor Racing Outreach, racing’s one-the-road ministry, sing the National Anthem. Many of the youngsters are the children of the drivers, including little Lydia Johnson.

Behind the Scenes
Aug
20

Ain't No Man

As Jimmie was just introduced to the crowd at Bristol Motor Speedway, he walked out to the Avett Brothers new song “Ain’t No Man.” As is now a popular tradition, the drivers choose their intro songs at the “World’s Fastest Half Mile.” Why did Jimmie choose this particular tune?

Racing
Aug
18

Tooling Around for over a Decade

This weekend No. 48 Lowe’s Chevrolet will be doing its best Johnny Cash impersonation as it wears black for the first time this year. The Kobalt Tools scheme has been a staple of Team Lowe’s Racing since 2005, and is a regular in the winner’s circle.

Behind the Scenes
Aug
15

It's a Family Affair

In honor of a much needed off weekend being spent with family, here’s some of our favorite Johnson family vacation photos from 2016 so far…

Racing
Aug
10

Darlington Throwback Honoring Two of the Best

Due to some unforeseen circumstances on July 30, 1979, Jimmie Johnson will be paying tribute to two NASCAR legends with this year’s Darlington throwback. The striking blue and yellow No. 48 will certainly stand out under the lights at Darlington, just like the two winningest drivers at “The Track too Tough to Tame” who piloted the original scheme way back in 1979.

Foundation
Aug
5

A Helmet Full of Hope for the Win

Earlier this year, the Jimmie Johnson Foundation announced the recipients of their annual Blue Bunny Helmet of Hope Grants. This weekend, the five recipients will ride along with Jimmie, both on the deck lid of the No. 48 Lowe’s Jimmie Johnson Foundation Chevrolet, and also on his own lid. Today in Watkins Glen, the 2016 Blue Bunny Helmet of Hope was unveiled.

Racing
Jul
30

Another Milestone for Mr. Hendrick

Leave it to Jimmie Johnson to break a dry spell and capture a milestone moment: he’s done it twice now.

Racing
Jul
24

Riding with the Legend

Recently, we shared the story of one of Jimmie’s lifelong racing heroes, Rick Mears (here if you missed it). As Jimmie is set to race for his fifth Brickyard 400 win, we take a look at what Indianapolis means to Mears and Johnson and what they have accomplished at the storied oval, and even take a ride around the track with the two legends of the Speedway.

Racing
Jul
21

Rick Mears, a Champion's Hero

Jimmie Johnson’s career path is undoubtedly an unusual one: from motocross to off road trucks to asphalt and eventually to the front of the pack in professional auto racing. But Johnson isn’t the first dust devil driver out of Southern California to do just that: it was Rick Mears who blazed the trail.

Racing
Jul
20

This One's for Lowe's

There’s only one facility in the entire world that would be capable of holding every Lowe’s employee: The Indianapolis Motor Speedway. How fitting that Jimmie Johnson and Team Lowe’s Racing should race there this weekend in recognition of the over 265,000 Lowe’s employees nationwide. For the third consecutive year, the No. 48 Chevrolet will trade in its blue duds for a red vest, just like those proudly worn by Lowe’s employees.