Jimmie Johnson Questions NASCAR

Jimmie Johnson Questions NASCAR Favouritism After Being Placed To Start 20th

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Seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson questioned NASCAR’s random draw after he was placed to start in 20th at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Sunday for the Foxwoods Resort Casino 301.

Johnson, who’s set to retire from full-time NASCAR racing at the end of the current 2020 season twitted via twitter to question his 20th start place at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Sunday after it was deemed to be a random draw.

Fans also raised their concern over the random draw 

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Aric Almirola will start first for the third time this season in the NASCAR Cup Series after drawing the pole position in the starting lineup for Sunday’s race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway (3 p.m. ET, Live On NBCSN).

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Here’s The Full Starting Lineup
1st – Aric Almirola
2nd – Denny Hamlin
3rd – Chase Elliott
4th – Brad Keselowski
5th – Kyle Busch
6th – Clint Bowyer
7th – Kevin Harvick
8th – Alex Bowman
9th – Joey Logano
10th – Kurt Busch
11th – Martin Truex Jr.
12th – Ryan Blaney
13th – Tyler Reddick
14th – Cole Custer
15th – Bubba Wallace
16th – William Byron
17th – Erik Jones
18th – Michael McDowell
19th – Matt DiBenedetto
20th – Jimmie Johnson
21st – Matt Kenseth
22nd – Ryan Newman
23rd – Austin Dillon
24th – Chris Buescher
25th – Ty Dillon
26th – James Davison
27th – Garrett Smithley
28th – Joey Gase
29th – J.J Yeley
30th – Ryan Preece
31st – Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
32nd – Quin Houff
33rd – Corey LaJoie
34th – Brennan Poole
35th – Christopher Bell
36th – John Hunter Nemechek
37th – Daniel Suarez
38th – Timmy Hill


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9 thoughts on “Jimmie Johnson Questions NASCAR Favouritism After Being Placed To Start 20th”

  1. Matthew Wilkerson

    They need to be practicing and qualifying. The same 2 cars keep winning without practice. Denny Hamlin and Kevin Harvick. The teams are getting no where not being able to.

  2. They need to do away with NASCAR altogether this is nothing but a favoritism sport it’s not no good no more Tony Stewart got the right idea. I hope his race track goes over good and then NASCAR can be done with

  3. I’ll say it again, as I did several years ago. Every race should start with an inverted field by points. If you are the points leader, you automatically start last. Then work your way up from there, as in, next to last is second in points and so on. It really doesn’t matter where you start a race that is 300/500 miles in length anyway. And pit stops under caution should never cost you spots. You restart the way you were running when the caution came out. You freeze the field anyway NASCAR. How did a pit crew ever become such an important part of a race anyway. Leave it up to the car and the driver. Green flag pit stops, now that’s where a good pit crew comes in handy. Ok, that’s my rant.

  4. I agree NASCAR sucks to worried about an image and not enough about the racing there is a lot of favoritism that goes on screw it go watch a race at your local diet track much better time to be had

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