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What Jimmie Johnson Must Do to Become the Greatest Driver in NASCAR History

It's safe to say that Jimmie Johnson has solidified his spot in the NASCAR Hall of Fame. He has captured the Daytona 500 twice (2006, 2013). He is a five-time Sprint Cup champion (2006-2010). He has won 62 points races since his rookie year of 2002, plus the 2005 Budweiser Shootout as well as three victories in the All-Star race at Charlotte (2003, 2006, 2012).He's a great driver. As a matter of fact, he's one of the greatest of our time. But he isn't the greatest of all time.Now, that's not saying that he'll never be the greatest of all time. On the contrary, he's on the fast track to achieving that goal. He's a guaranteed threat to win at every race track, for one. He holds a cerebral advantage over his competition as he has won on every ...

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