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Jimmie Johnson can still recall in vivid detail his near-misses in 2004 and '05, his voice rising as he describes how he fell just short of a Sprint Cup championship.
Hendrick Motorsports made sweeping changes to its organization Tuesday, shuffling the lineup for every team except five-time defending champion Jimmie Johnson.
It was early Monday morning, and Jimmie Johnson was celebrating another NASCAR championship in the surf on South Beach.
Richard Petty finished financially restructuring his race team and will field two fewer cars in 2011.
Jimmie Johnson has won his record fifth consecutive NASCAR championship by making the fewest mistakes in the season finale.
NASCAR's tightest championship race in seven years hasn't been enough to bolster the sport's sagging television ratings.
NASCAR is still considering changes to its title format even though this is the closest championship race in seven years.
Look out, Denny Hamlin. Jimmie Johnson and Kevin Harvick are right behind you _ and they're making sure you know it.
Gamesmanship was in full swing Monday as two of NASCAR's three championship contenders, Denny Hamlin and Kevin Harvick, teased racing fans with tweets about how they're approaching this weekend's season finale.