Jimmie Johnson’s Career Wins
Jimmie Johnson is a formidable name in the world of NASCAR racing. Since 2001, Johnson has won seven NASCAR Cup Series championships and 84 race wins in total. He is a true icon of the sport, with competitors and fans alike admiring him for his success and dedication to the industry.
Johnson’s career wins in the NASCAR Cup Series include:
- 83 wins over 614 total races
- 18 wins in the Xfinity Series
- 2 wins in the Camping World Truck Series
He has also won two Daytona 500s, the non-points all-star race once, and he’s a three-time winner of the Bristol Motor Speedway’s summer race. Johnson is the only driver to have finished in the top three in points for 11 consecutive seasons.
Johnson won his first NASCAR Cup Series championship in 2006. Since then, he has won the championship a staggering six times, tying him with Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt for most Cup Series championships. Johnson has also been named Davey Allison Award winner four times.
His accolades also include winning the Dayton 500 four times, making him the third driver in NASCAR’s history to win the race more than once. In 2015, Johnson was also honored with the National Motorsports Press Association Myers Brothers Award.
Jimmie Johnson has achieved numerous records over the course of his career:
- Most wins in a season (10 in 2007)
- Most consecutive wins (5 in 2007)
- Most consecutive top-five finishes (17 in 2007)
- Most consecutive poles (5 in 2007)
- Most Top-5 finishes in a single season (26 in 2007)
Johnson’s success on the track has cemented his name in the sport’s history. His 84 career wins, seven championships, and numerous records make him one of the greatest NASCAR drivers of all time.