Jimmie Johnson has won 69 Nascar Cup Series races and 1 Nationwide Series race in his career.
Through the 2013 season, Jimmie Johnson has earned $128,385,503 in the Nascar Cup Series.
Jimmie Johnson won six Nascar Cup Series championships during his career.
Through the 2013 season, Jimmie Johnson has 272top ten finishes in the Nascar Cup Series.
Through the 2013 season, Jimmie Johnson has 39DNF's during his Cup Series career.
Jimmie Johnson won his first Nascar Cup Series race in his 13th career start.
Jimmie Johnson's first Nascar win was in the Busch Series, now known as the Nationwide Series. It was on July 14, 2001 at Chicagoland Speedway. His first Cup Series win was on April 28, 2002 at California Speedway.
Jimmie Johnson has been racing full time since 2002.These are his final standings over his career:2002: 5th2003: 2nd2004: 2nd2005: 5th2006: 1st2007: 1st2008: 1st2009: 1st2010: 1st2011: 6th
70 TOTAL WINSCup Series - 69 winsNationwide Series - 1 winJimmie Johnson doesn't have a win in the Truck Series. He's competed in only one truck race during his career, it was back in 2008.
Yes. He has won six Sprint Cup championships, which included five in a row, and he seems to be winning all the time. He is also a cry baby like Jeff Gordon. He also has 52 career wins. He is also a dirty driver. Jimmie Johnson is ruining 80% percent of NASCAR and his crew chief (Chad Knaus) is ruining 20% percent of NASCAR because he has made Jimmie Johnson's car faster than everybody else. So yeah he and Chad are ruining NASCAR. -------------------- Johnson now has 66 wins.
I believe Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson were better friends earlier in Jimmie's career. Jeff did encourage Jimmie to start driving full time in the Nascar Cup Series back in 2002 and is also a co-owner of the #48 car, along with Rick Hendrick. But as time passes and Jimmie keeps on winning more races and championships, you're starting to see Jeff's frustration mount more and more.
Jeff Gordon has 90 Nascar Cup Series wins in his career.