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Jimmie Johnson and Chad Knaus, Hendrick Motorsports - Q&A

NASCAR gave this to you, you didn't enter pit road where you're supposed to. Why does that happen to you do you think? Not the part where the graphic was wrong but people just pick apart everything and they just don't think you come by it honestly?

Chad Knaus:
Just so you know we had it figured out well before NASCAR did, where we were supposed to be.

Jimmie Johnson:
I don't have the slightest clue. People just want to hate. That's fine. That's fine. I'm just lucky. NASCAR rigs the races and whatever they want to believe. I'm going home with a cool trophy and a big check and we all really know what happened. So whatever.

Q:
Congratulations to Jimmie Johnson and the #48 team. See you this week.

Transcript courtesy Chevrolet/NASCAR. FastScripts by ASAP Sports



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