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Seven-time champion announces full-time retirement from motorsport

Article To news overview © XPBimages Seven-time NASCAR Cup Series and latter day IndyCar driver Jimmie Johnson has announced he is to retire from full-time racing in 2023. Johnson, who won a record five straight Cup titles between 2006 and 2010 before further successes in '13 and '16 switched from the Hendrick Motorsports stock car programme at the end of '20 to go IndyCar racing with Chip Ganassi. A long-term ambition of the Californian-native, he only raced on street and road courses in 2021 due to not having driven single-seaters on ovals, such as Indianapolis. However, for 2022, he decided to run the full calendar, including the Indy 500 - where he qualified 12th but finished 28th...
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