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Mar
2

"Six-Time" meets "The Intimidator"

With his win number 76, Johnson has been placed in NASCAR’s most elite company. Only six drivers rank higher than Johnson in career victories. With this win also came another distinction – tying Dale Earnhardt for total Sprint Cup Series wins. While one could argue the two are polar opposites, Earnhardt’s cool, tough demeanor leading to aggressive driving on the track, while Johnson’s composed, SoCal laid back attitude producing a steady, calculated driver, their career’s actually mirror in each other in a number of ways…

Racing
Feb
29

Jimmie Secures Milestone Win #76 at Atlanta

Yesterday, Jimmie Johnson captured his fifth career checkered flag at Atlanta Motor Speedway in the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500, which leads all active drivers. Jimmie talked about what the historic 1.5 mile oval means to he and his Team Lowe’s Racing crew:

Racing
Feb
26

Jimmie looking forward to less downforce

Today Jimmie Johnson spoke about his thoughts looking ahead to the new low-downforce rules package, which will be used for the first time in 2016 this weekend in Atlanta.

Interviews
Feb
20

12 Questions with Jimmie Johnson

With the beginning of a new racing season comes another year of Jeff Gluck’s ‘12 Questions’ interviews, where drivers answer inquiries into topics pertaining to life in and out of the racecar. Gluck kicked off the 2016 season picking the brain of six-time Sprint Cup Champion Jimmie Johnson.

Interviews
Feb
18

Initiating Chase Elliott

At Daytona 500 Media Day on Tuesday, rookie Hendrick Motorsports driver Chase Elliott was a hot topic coming off capturing the pole for Sunday’s 58th running of the Daytona 500.

Behind the Scenes
Feb
17

Wednesday Morning Warm Up, Jimmie Johnson Style

What were you doing this morning at 8 AM? Were you setting off on a 60 mile bike ride? That’s exactly what six-time Sprint Cup Champion Jimmie Johnson was up to.

Racing
Feb
10

Daytona Speedweeks Schedule

Thanksgiving was a welcome break. Christmas is always a time to spend with family and friends. The New Year serves as a reminder that the offseason is only half over. By the time the Super Bowl rolls around, the only thing Jimmie Johnson and Team Lowe’s Racing want to do is race! All of that is finally out of the way, as the shortest offseason in sports is over. It's time for Daytona! 

Interviews
Feb
10

Jimmie on the cover of Success

The newest issue of Success magazine hits newsstands this week. Pick it up and you’ll see some familiar focused eyes staring back at you, as Jimmie Johnson graces the cover of the March 2016 issue. Inside, the six-time Sprint Cup Champion discusses some of the pivotal events that have led to his and the No. 48 team’s success. Team owner Rick Hendrick and former teammate and friend Jeff Gordon chime in about Johnson’s qualities that make him one of the best ever in their minds.

Racing
Jan
29

Once Upon a Time with Corvette Racing...

This weekend the IMSA Weather Tech United Sports Car Series opens their 2016 season with the ‘round the clock classic, the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona. The iconic yellow Chevrolet Corvette C7.R’s prepared by Pratt & Miller engineering are looking to add to their incredible resume and repeat last year’s GTLM class victory at Daytona.

Jan
22

How Did Jimmie's Superman Nickname Get Its Start?

The next blockbuster in the DC Comics Superhero line, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, is set to premiere in theaters on March 25. Just days before on March 20, Batman and Superman will duel on the fast two-mile oval of Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California in NASCAR’s Auto Club 400. Jimmie Johnson will pilot the No. 48 Superman Chevrolet and go head to head with Hendrick Motorsports teammate Dale Earnhardt Jr. in the No. 88 Batman car.