Jimmie Johnson to test Ganassi IndyCar at IMS

Jimmie Johnson will get his first test in an IndyCar next week, driving a Chip Ganassi Racing-Honda around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s road course. The seven-time NASCAR Cup champion announced the news via Twitter this afternoon, with the message: “I get to test an @IndyCar next week! A big thanks

Jimmie Johnson ‘still pretty much’ on path toward retirement

Jimmie Johnson said it’s been “a popular question” whether he still plans to retire from fulltime NASCAR competition following the 2020 season and his answer remains “fluid.” Last November, Johnson – a seven-time Cup Series champion and winner of 83 career victories – announced the 2020 season would be his

Jimmie Johnson to test Arrow McLaren SP-Chevrolet

Seven-time NASCAR Cup champion Jimmie Johnson will make his IndyCar debut at Barber Motorsports Park next month. The 44-year-old Californian, who is due to retire from full-time NASCAR competition at season’s end, attended last month’s IndyCar Spring Training and expressed enthusiasm for broadening his range of motorsport experiences, but remained

No win, but Jimmie Johnson ‘is going in the right direction’

It wasn’t a fairytale ending for Jimmie Johnson at Auto Club Speedway, but it was another strong run, which remains a welcome change from recent seasons. Johnson had scored the first of his 83 career NASCAR Cup Series wins at the Fontana, Calif., track in 2002 and appeared in good

Jimmie Johnson: ‘It would be insane’ to win at Fontana

Auto Club Speedway in California is the track that launched Jimmie Johnson’s incredible run of success in the NASCAR Cup Series. Can it also be the track that returns him to Victory Lane in his final fulltime season? On April 28, 2002, in just his 13th career start in the

Jimmie Johnson: ‘I can’t wait to shut-up the keyboard warriors’

Nobody wants to see Jimmie Johnson’s winless streak end more than Johnson and missing the NASCAR playoffs won’t change that desire. With two races remaining before the 16-driver playoff field is set in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, Johnson is unlikely to make the cut unless he can win

Despite setback Jimmie Johnson plans to ‘fight for every point’

Jimmie Johnson is down following a terrible race at Michigan but doesn’t believe he’s out – at least not yet. Johnson’s already tenuous position on making the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoffs got a lot worse in Sunday’s Consumers Energy 400. Just 15 laps into the race, Johnson