Jimmie Johnson1975-09-17 (age 44)
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With the news that Jimmie Johnson's career as a full-time NASCAR Cup Series driver will end following the 2020 season, here's a look back on his seven championships.
Jimmie Johnson may be ending his time as a full-time NASCAR Cup Series driver following the 2020 season, but he wouldn't call it retirement.
Jimmie Johnson said Wednesday he would retire from fulltime NASCAR competition following the 2020 season and the impact was felt almost immediately.
2020 will be Jimmie Johnson's last season as a full-time competitor in the NASCAR Cup Series.
Kyle Larson ended a long winless streak in the NASCAR Cup Series on Sunday at Dover. Could Jimmie Johnson be next?
Whether Jimmie Johnson elects to continue his NASCAR career beyond the 2020 season, his sponsor Ally Financial will remain with Hendrick Motorsports.
Seven-time NASCAR Cup champion Jimmie Johnson has confirmed that he wants to race an IndyCar but admits that the time for him competing in the Indianapolis 500 “has passed.”
Jimmie Johnson saved his best for last, topping Friday’s practice session on the Charlotte Motor Speedway Roval in the final moments.
Seven-time NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson has admitted that the McLaren Formula 1 test at Bahrain ensured his interest in racing an open-wheel car remains strong, but said he’s still determined to return to victory lane in NASCAR.
NASCAR heads into Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the regular season finale where two spots inside the 16-driver playoffs remain up for grabs.
If the Southern 500 was any indication, Jimmie Johnson will not go down quietly in his bid to keep his NASCAR playoff streak alive.
Nobody wants to see Jimmie Johnson’s winless streak end more than Johnson and missing the NASCAR playoffs won’t change that desire.
Since the advent of NASCAR’s playoff system in the Cup Series, Jimmie Johnson has never missed the cut, but time is running out this season.
Jimmie Johnson is down following a terrible race at Michigan but doesn’t believe he’s out – at least not yet.
Jimmie Johnson was quite displeased with Ryan Blaney following last weekend's NASCAR Cup Series race at Watkins Glen and one week later, it doesn't seem like much has changed.
Jimmie Johnson was fuming after Sunday's race at Watkins Glen (N.Y.) International despite making up ground in the playoffs.
Cliff Daniels will lead the No. 48 team starting this weekend at Watkins Glen International.
A late caution cemented Jimmie Johnson’s Stage 2 victory at Pocono Raceway on Sunday.
In addition to Alex Bowman getting his first NASCAR Cup Series win, all four Hendrick Motorsports drivers finished in the top 11 at Chicagoland Speedway.
Jimmie Johnson’s No. 48 Ally Chevrolet may be a bit more difficult to see during next weekend’s Coca-Cola 600 events at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Jimmie Johnson completed his first Boston Marathon on Monday in what he described as "the most challenging thing I’ve ever done."
After scoring his first back-to-back top-10 finishes since last fall, Jimmie Johnson feels his team continues to make positive strides in improving performance and scoring a victory.
Chevrolet enjoyed its strongest performance of the year last week at Texas Motor Speedway. Could be a sign of a huge turnaround for the Camaro and specifically, Jimmie Johnson in 2019?