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Jimmie Johnson Finishes 10th and Already the Fans Say He Is Vulnerable

Here we are only 10 races into the 2010 season, and you would have thought the chase was about to begin this weekend. Make no mistake about it that Jimmie Johnson, who pilots the No. 48 Lowes Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet, is looked upon as the driver to beat for the 2010 Sprint Cup Championship. It didn’t take long for Johnson to proclaim he was the man to beat when he began the season by first winning one of the duels at Daytona International Speedway. However he would only finish 35th for the 500 after having mechanical issues. The next four races Johnson would rattle off three wins, which also included back-to-back wins at Auto Club Speedway and Las Vegas. Life was looking really good for the No. 48 team, and for good measure his...

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