Seven-time NASCAR Cup champion Jimmie Johnson announced Tuesday that he would be retiring at the conclusion of the 2020 Cup season. Johnson made the announcement on social media that 2020 … Continue Reading Johnson to retire after the 2020 Cup season
HOMESTEAD, Fla. — Jimmie Johnson’s finish of 18th in final points is the lowest Johnson has finished in any of his 18 full-time seasons in NASCAR’s premier series. Johnson finished … Continue Reading Jimmie Johnson records lowest finish in points of career
Chase Elliott’s victory in the Go Bowling at the Glen Sunday (August 4) at Watkins Glen International tied the Hendrick Motorsports driver with 1992 Cup Series champion Alan Kulwicki and … Continue Reading Chase Elliott ties Alan Kulwicki, others on Cup Series wins list
“We are putting pieces of the puzzle together and it seems like three of the five disciplines we have a much better handle on right now, which is very encouraging.”
Jimmie Johnson looks to build on his highest finish of the season last week at Texas Motor Speedway entering this weekend’s Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway. The seven-time … Continue Reading Jimmie Johnson riding momentum into Bristol
This weekend, at Las Vegas, will make the picture clearer, but even after that, it’s still going to be too early to tell.
LONG POND, Pa. — William Byron and Hendrick Motorsports aren’t having the seasons they hoped for. Through 20 races, Byron, who busted onto the NASCAR national touring scene with a … Continue Reading Byron runs sixth in first practice at Pocono as Hendrick still searches for win No. 250
Bowman’s finish ended a career-high three consecutive top-10 finishes.
I have no idea what the ripple effect will be on Hendrick Engines, but I’m sure everyone will survive.