NASCAR » Johnson takes 2010 Sprint Cup title


Jimmie Johnson set a new record of five consecutive NASCAR Sprint Cup championships by finishing second in the Ford 400 at Homestead behind Carl Edwards.

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TooBored - Unregistered

November 23, 2010 5:05 AM

The GOAT? Possibly... I bet he'll will at least 4 more in 10 years. But 5 times in a row, I'm impressed. Say what you want nascar boring/for rednecks only/one turn race but to win a series at anything 5 times in a row, very impressive.
I've actually tried driving a nascar at disneyworld, it's a lot harder than most people think. even at 100mph (fastest i managed) the heavy car is a b1tch to drive and moves a lot.

cindy hanrahan - Unregistered

November 25, 2010 4:01 AM

i used to be a nascar fan. for fifty years,since hughe deery brought nascar to the rockford speedway. the stuff that went on this year. why is that you got benefit of points when you were way back in the points there that noone else seemed to get? i've been a hendrick's fan for as long as he's had the team, but that done. you're a dirty driver and i wonder how much you paid for this championship. used to watch chad brother,john, race in rockford. a good clean driver. super nice guy. you and chad made a good pair. i guess i'll have to find another team to root for. can't be for a team that will abide the things that your team goes along with. i won't wish you more good luck,cause when you can buy it you don't need luck.

Frank G

November 25, 2010 4:19 PM

@ cindy hanrahan
I'm not sure I agree totally with you but there has always been a ton of dirty driving in NASCAR since the beginning of days... you know that... and some by some very famous drivers too... but I guess you know that also, right?

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