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Oct
15

What Does It Feel Like to Win Jimmie's Car?

How often does the prospect of getting a brand new car for $48 dollars present itself? The Jimmie Johnson Foundation is offering one such opportunity for you to “Win Jimmie’s Chevy.” This year the vehicle is a 2015 Chevy Suburban LTZ 4WD. This brand new Chevy Suburban features best in class fuel economy, 8,300 lbs of towing muscle, and tons of cargo space. It has been upgraded with top of the line features to accommodate even the most active lifestyle. Jimmie Johnson will personally hand over the keys to the winner in Charlotte, NC. As if that wasn’t enough, the taxes will be paid by the Jimmie Johnson Foundation.

Appearances
Oct
7

Jimmie Johnson on Jay Leno's Garage Tonight

Imagine pulling up to a stop light next to a beautiful 1971 Corvette. Now imagine world renowned 'car guy' and formerTonight Show host Jay Leno is behind the wheel and six-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson, is riding shotgun. Odds are, this will never happen to you. But thanks to Leno’s all new series Jay Leno’s Garage, you’ll get as close to riding along as you can. Premiering tonight at 10 PM ET on CNBC, Jay Leno’s Garage will have special guests Tim Allen, Jimmie Johnson, and Jimmie Johnson’s gray 1971 Corvette Stingray. You don’t want to miss this, so tune in or set your DVR’s for CNBC at 10 PM tonight! 

Racing
Oct
3

One Driver. One Team. One Sponsor.

One Driver. One Team. One Sponsor. After 499 starts and 74 victories, Jimmie Johnson is still piloting the No. 48 Hendrick Motorsports Team Lowe’s Racing Chevrolet. Tomorrow’s AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway will be the 500th NASCAR start for this dynastic partnership. 

Racing
Oct
3

#JJ500

Jimmie Johnson will be making his 500th career NASCAR Sprint Cup start when he takes the green flag this Sunday at Dover International Speedway. The one mile high banked concrete oval was the site of the No. 48’s most recent win in May, and it just so happens to be one of Jimmie’s favorite tracks. Johnson and the Team Lowe’s Racing crew have captured a record ten checkered flags at the “Monster Mile.” In 27 starts there, they also lay claim to 15 top five’s, 20 top ten’s, 3 poles, and 2,999 laps led (a Dover record).

Sep
15

Jimmie Visits KU Hospital Pediatric Unit

As the NASCAR world gears up for the Chase for the Sprint Cup starting this weekend at Chicagoland Speedway, Jimmie Johnson took some time to visit children in the pediatric unit of the Kansas University Hospital.  Thanks to Lowe's, Jimmie was able to bring the kids hats, diecasts and other fun racing memorabilia, which he took time to sign as he met with each of them.

Sep
14

LOWE’S EXTENDS SPONSORSHIP OF HENDRICK MOTORSPORTS AND SIX-TIME NASCAR CHAMPION JIMMIE JOHNSON

CONCORD, N.C. – Lowe’s Companies Inc. has extended its longtime relationship with Hendrick Motorsports after signing a two-year agreement that will continue its full-season primary sponsorship of the No. 48 NASCAR Sprint Cup team and six-time series champion Jimmie Johnson in 2016 and 2017. 

Racing
Sep
9

The Chase is Looming

This weekend the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series wraps up its regular season at Richmond International Raceway. When the checkered flag falls on Saturday night to end the 26th race of the season, the points will be reset for the 16 drivers who make it into NASCAR’s playoffs: The Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship.

Fans
Sep
8

Jimmie Johnson Surpasses 1 Million Twitter Followers

Jimmie Johnson has won the All Star Race a record four times, and each time he earned a check for one million dollars. He just picked up another million…but this time it was on Twitter, where Johnson just surpassed one million followers. And people are loving it…

Sep
3

As OU Kicks Off Football Season, Jimmie Unveils Helmet Collection

The summer months are in the rear view mirror (right where JJ likes his competition), and that means football season is upon us. Jimmie Johnson and his wife Chandra will be cheering on her alma mater, the Oklahoma Sooners, much like they did in person in 2007 when they were on hand for the final game of the season: a home field showdown against intra-state rivals Oklahoma State.