Jimmie Johnson – Johnson has top-10 finishes in four of his six starts at Homestead, including a second-place result scored here in 2004. For those looking for a little drama, Johnson did crash out here in 2005 en route to 40th place. Jeff Gordon – Gordon has top-10 finishes in six of eight Cup races …
Q: Do you think Johnson will go for the jugular and try to win his fifth consecutive NASCAR race at Homestead? Or will he just coast home for a Cup title?
Should Jimmie Johnson continue on and win his second straight title, is it fair to say the No. 1 driver in the Hendrick stable is now him – not Jeff Gordon?
This weekend in Homestead, one thing is for certain: Hendrick Motorsports will be the team that captures the 2007 Nextel Cup. It will be the organization’s sixth championship, tying the Charlotte car dealer with Junior Johnson and Richard Childress for second all-time on the NASCAR owners’ title list. Who the driver is that actually wins …
10. Jeff Gordon Rethinking NASCAR Hiring Practices. Wait – on second thought, that one isn’t so farfetched…
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what a select few were thinking following the Checker Auto Parts 500 at Phoenix International Raceway:
Jimmie Johnson continued to make the Chase a bore by scoring his fourth straight win in Sunday’s Checker Auto Parts 500K at Phoenix.
0.870 – Jimmie Johnson’s margin of victory over Greg Biffle in the Checker Auto Parts 500K at Phoenix (in seconds).
GLENDALE, Ariz. – For the fourth straight week, Jimmie Johnson and the No. 48 Lowe’s team crushed the competition.
With 24 laps to go, Jimmie Johnson on new tires muscled his way past Martin Truex Jr. on worn tires and drove off into the sunset at Phoenix.