For Jimmie Johnson, The Numbers Don’t Lie

champion_celebration_2013_14Jimmie Johnson – By The Numbers

2013 Numbers:
Wins: 6
Top 5s: 16
Top10s: 24
Poles: 3
Laps Led: 1,985

Career Numbers:
Years Competing: 13
Championships: 6
Wins: 66
Top 5s: 182
Top10s: 272
Poles: 32
Laps Led: 15,841

1 – His first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series start was at Charlotte Motor Speedway on October 7, 2001. He finished 39th.

4 – The number of starts for his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coors Light pole at Daytona International Speedway on February 17, 2002

5 – Number of consecutive NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championships, from 2006-10.

6 – Number of career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championships, one shy of the all-time record held by NASCAR Hall of Famers Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt.

6 – The lowest points position Johnson has ever finished in any of his 12 full-time season.

10 – Only driver Number of seasons Jimmie Johnson has competed in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup – series most

13 – The number of years Johnson has competed in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.

15 – The number of starts for his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win at Auto Club Speedway on April 28, 2002.

24 – Number of wins in the Chase for Johnson, more than twice the second-ranked driver (Tony Stewart, 11).

25 – His 25th win in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series was at Atlanta Motor Speedway on March 18, 2007.

32 – Number of NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coors Light poles.

50 – His 50th win in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series was at Bristol Motor Speedway on March 21, 2010.

66 – Number of wins in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.

110.3 – Johnson’s season-to-date Driver Rating, 2013

11.2 – Johnson’s Driver Rating in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup

112.2 – Johnson’s Season Best Driver Rating (2009) – all-time series best

183 – The number of starts in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series until he won his first series championship.

272 – Number of his career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Top-10 finishes.

5,440 – Number of laps led in the Chase by Jimmie Johnson. Second-most is Matt Kenseth at 2,763).

15,841 – Number of Laps Led in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series