After seven Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championships and 17 years of sponsorship with Jimmie Johnson, Lowe’s Companies has announced that they will not return to Hendrick Motorsports in 2019.
Though Kurt Busch won the opening stage of Sunday’s Daytona 500, the first segment of racing will be better remembered for the stage-ending crash that eliminated several top contenders from the running.
Jimmie Johnson’s pursuit of a record eighth Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship will have to wait until next year, after a blown tire on the final lap of the second stage put him in the wall and out of contention Sunday at Phoenix Raceway.
After a muggy Bank of America 500 Sunday at Charlotte Motor Speedway, seven-time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson was left scratching his head at one of his best tracks.
A pair of Hendrick Motorsports cars showed up in final practice for Sunday’s Apache Warrior 400 at Dover Int’l Speedway.
Seven-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson joined breast cancer survivors, members of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina and NASCAR XFINITY Series drivers to preview Breast Cancer Awareness Month by painting Charlotte Motor Speedway’s pit wall pink on Wednesday.
A new paint scheme, a new helmet and a new visor – all for a cause.
Jimmie Johnson scored his first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series stage win of the season in his home state on Sunday, topping the second stint of the Toyota/Save Mart 350 at California’s Sonoma Raceway.
Hendrick Motorsports and defending NASCAR Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson have agreed to a three-year extension that will keep one of the most accomplished drivers in history behind the wheel through 2020.
Jimmie Johnson’s former mentor, Lorin Ranier, believes that the seven-time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion has the potential to put the series titles record “out of reach” from any future challengers.
Jimmie Johnson wasn’t the class of the field Sunday at Dover Int’l Speedway, but shined when it mattered in the closing laps of the AAA 400 Drive for Autism.
On a night when it appeared that Martin Truex Jr. would stake his claim as the current-era master of NASCAR’s longest race, a fuel mileage gamble handed Austin Dillon his first-career win and a golden ticket into the playoffs.