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Top Ten Ways To Celebrate A Daytona 500 Victory: The Jimmie Johnson Edition

Frontstretch Staff · Wednesday February 27, 2013

 

Attempt to suck champagne out of beard using a Flowbee.

10. Wear a multi-colored wig in Victory Lane –oh, wait, already did that.

9. Surf on a golf cart—no, damn it, did that, too.

8. Surf on the hauler—what do you mean ‘oh, hell, no, not after the golf cart incident?!’

7. Do lots of donuts—what do you mean, ‘Jimmie, don’t tear up the car?!’ Um, oops…

6. Make guest appearance on “R U Faster Than a Redneck?”.

5. Thank Junior for remembering what that fifty was for.

4. Remind Knaus he only has one Daytona 500 win.

3. Publicly congratulate Danica on her eighth-place finish. Back at the hauler, brood over how she gets her eyebrows to look so good.

2. Invite the guys over for a tea party with Evie, complete with tiaras and pink feather boas.

1. Do the Harlem Shake in the tri-oval –nah, Johnson is way to vanilla to do a thing like that; it’d never happen…

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Lane
02/27/2013 08:48 AM
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Win the race, wreck the car, jump out and thank nascar as a great partner to the Hendrick team.

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