Jimmie Johnson: Jumping In The Deep End

Jimmie Johnson’s Hall of Fame NASCAR career may be over, but the seven-time Cup Series champion is far from retired. “This has been the busiest offseason I’ve ever had,” Johnson said. “I was in the Indy car immediately following the last NASCAR race at Phoenix. Johnson started his first NASCAR Cup Series season by winning the pole for the 2002 Daytona 500 and won three races before the end of the year. With 83 Cup Series victories, Johnson is the only driver in NASCAR history to win five straight (2006-’10) championships. As a 45-year-old IndyCar Series rookie, Johnson is realistic in his approach to the new series.

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