Jimmie Johnson seemed as if he was potentially going to have a chance for the victory at Sunday’s Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway.
He was in third position and had fresher tires than Martin Truex Jr. and Ryan Blaney who were both in the front of him.
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With Brad Keselowski building a big run on the inside. JJ slid low to block, but in doing so he made contact with the No 2 car, which led to Johnson spinning out of third.
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Three years and counting Jimmie ????.
You wouldn’t have won anyway ?