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Jimmie Johnson Has Filled The Lone Gaping Hole In His Resume

He’s won at restrictor plate tracks. He’s won at superspeedways. He’s won at tri-ovals and quad-ovals He’s won at short tracks. He’s even broken the record for winning four straight NASCAR Sprint Cup Championships. Entering Sunday’s Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Infineon Raceway, Jimmie Johnson had never won on a road course. Road courses, only visited twice a year on the Sprint Cup circuit, had been Johnson’s kryptonite. Critics wondered if his career could really be considered complete if he had never won on a track with right-handed turns, as if his other accomplishments and records weren’t really enough to justify his place in history. The drivers ahead of him on the championship list, Richard P...

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