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Familiar Spot
Familiar Spot
A cold, damp day in Atlanta, but it was just fine for Jimmie Johnson.  It was more than halfway thru Sunday's race that he finally edged his way to the front.  After that his car kept getting better and the rest of the field had a tough time keeping up.
Johnson Wins Again
Johnson Wins Again
It took defending Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Johnson twelve races to win for the first time this season, but now he's won three of the last four and it looks like he may be on the way to a seventh consecutive championship.  His latest victory came Sunday at Michigan International Speedway for his first ever win at the track.
Johnson Wins Again
Johnson Wins Again
After going three months before winning his first race of the season all of a sudden Jimmie Johnson has put together two in a row.  Following up his Coca Cola 600 victory, Johnson dominated Dover's Monster Mile for his ninth career victory at the one mile track.  He led 272 of the 400 laps and held off pole sitter Brad Keselowski on a late restart and very much looks like he could extend his strin
Johnson Finally Wins
Johnson Finally Wins
Finally, Jimmie Johnson has a victory this season to break an 11-race winless drought, matching the longest of his career and it came in the season's longest race.  Johnson led a race-high 164 laps to win the Coca-Cola 600 on Sunday night for the fourth time.
Kurt Busch Wins
Kurt Busch Wins
It's not too often that Jimmie Johnson dominates a race, especially at Martinsville and loses.  That's exactly what happened on Sunday when Johnson led 296 of the 500 laps at the half mile track but came in second to Kurt Busch.
Jimmie Johnson Wins Sixth Cup Title
Jimmie Johnson Wins Sixth Cup Title
It was almost a formality. Jimmie Johnson had such a huge lead entering the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway that all he had to do was finish 23rd or better to earn his sixth Sprint Cup Championship. He came in ninth, and that was good enough for his sixth career title, putting him just one behind the NASCAR Cup Series all-time record holders, Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt, who each wo
Jamie McMurray Wins At Talladega
Jamie McMurray Wins At Talladega
It was one of the cleanest races I can recall at NASCAR’s longest track. There was a minor crash early in the race, then 103 consecutive green flag laps until rookie Austin Dillon lost control in the second turn of the final lap and was struck from behind by Casey Mears. It brought out the yellow and checkered flag together, with Jamie McMurray crossing the finish line first for his seventh career

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