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Now You Can Drive as Jimmie Johnson in Ally Racing’s New Mini Game

Now You Can Drive as Jimmie Johnson in Ally Racing’s New Mini Game

Jimmie Johnson

Ally Racing is giving the best sendoff to Jimmie Johnson. They have created an old school racing game on its website. Jimmie Johnson welcomes the fans to the game. The driver then introduces the fans to the rules of the racing game. The game is for 3 laps, players start as Jimmie Johnson. The car is placed at the bottom of the grid. The game starts with the race at the Daytona circuit then moves to the Dover International Speedway.

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Jimmie Johnson- The Legend

Seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson despite everything intends to resign after the 2020 season. This is regardless of how the season has gone and the positive COVID-19 test.

The 2020 NASCAR Cup Series season, which seven-time champion Jimmie Johnson reported last November would be his nineteenth and last season as a full-time driver, has been definitely not customary. After only four races, the season was suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.

NASCAR reports, β€œI’m so thankful for 18 incredible years of racing in NASCAR,” Johnson says.

β€œThe sport has been good to me. It has allowed me to do something I truly love. I showed up chasing a dream and achieved more than I ever thought possible. I’m looking forward to next season and celebrating what will be my last year as a full-time NASCAR Cup driver. I know what this team is capable of, and I hope 2020 is one of the best yet.”

Johnson has been with the Hendrick Motorsports No. 48 Chevrolet throughout his career. He calls it his home since his debut in 2001. Johnson has won seven titles in NASCAR’s top division, tied with Dale Earnhardt and Richard Petty. They are the two individuals from the 1st NASCAR Hall of Fame. The 44-year-old driver is 6th on NASCAR’s win list with 83 triumphs. He is 6th position with Cale Yarborough.

Johnson is a double champ of the Daytona 500, winning in 2006 and 2013. He additionally won multiple times each in the Coca-Cola 600 and Brickyard 400, including two Southern 500 crowns. Yet his most particular accomplishment came as an uncommon fashion.

Johnson won his initial five titles continuously from 2006-2010, then in 2013 and 2016. That stretch outperformed the previous record held by Yarborough, who won three straight titles from 1976-78.

Source: Twitter, NASCAR

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