Jimmie Johnson posted the second-quickest time in Saturday morning’s practice session. His top speed of 154.703 mph was set during his first 10 laps on the track.
Jimmie Johnson posted the fastest single lap in Dover’s first practice session. His top speed was 163.867 mph.
Jimmie Johnson has appealed his P1 penalty for taking too many passes through the inspection line in the past two weekends. The penalty would have caused him to make one of the last two selections for a pit stall, which would insure that he had one of the worst pits in the field.
Jimmie Johnson and Justin Allgaier have received P1 penalties from NASCAR for taking too many passes through the inspection line during the All-star and Coke 600 weekends. No matter how well they qualify at Dover International Speedway for the FedEx 400, they will have the last two pit stall selections.
Jimmie Johnson posted the second-quickest time in the morning session (of 17 drivers who went that distance) for the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway with a speed of 187.437 mph during his first 10 laps on track. He was fifth quickest of 27 drivers in final practice.
Jimmie Johnson will seek his third all-star victory in four years when he rolls off the grid Saturday night. He won the 2012 and 2013 editions before finishing sixth last year.
Jimmie Johnson stayed out on old tires at Kansas Speedway in the SpongeBob 400 with six laps remaining and held off a charging Kevin Harvick to win his 73rd NASCAR Cup race.
Jimmie Johnson pushed Dale Earnhardt Jr. to the Geico 500 lead, but he would have preferred to win. He was never quite able to get the right push from the competition and then chose to stay in line to help Hendrick Motorsports record a one-two result.
Jimmie Johnson struggled badly in practice and rolled off the grid 36th Sunday afternoon. He carved his way to the front easily and scored his fourth top-five of the year.
Jimmie Johnson simply could not find speed when he needed it and will roll off the grid 36th on Saturday night at Richmond International Raceway. This is the third time this season that he failed to advance to the round of 24.
Jimmie Johnson sustained major crash damage on a couple of occasions and incurred a penalty by NASCAR during the race, but he managed to get back on the lead lap and then surged to the top five. Johnson even had a shot to win in the final laps and finished second in the Food City 500 Supporting Steve Byrnes and Stand Up to Cancer.
Jimmie Johnson led 128 laps in the Duck Commander 500 and won his fifth race at Texas Motor Speedway by more than a second over Kevin Harvick. His other four victories came in the fall.
Jimmie Johnson posted the second quickest average speed at Texas with a 185.476 mph run in his first 10 laps of practice.
Since winning the Folds of Honor Quik Trip 500 and locking into the 2015 Chase for the Championship, Jimmie Johnson has been uneven. He has only one top-10 and another 11th in the past four races.