Jimmie Johnson, mired in winless streak, can be optimistic at Texas, Bristol
Jimmie Johnson is ready to change the conversation around him for the rest of 2018 NASCAR Cup Series season. The next two races, at Texas and Bristol, will give him great opportunities to do just that.DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — When you're a seven-time NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series champion, an 83-race winner and perpetually on the verge of hoisting that unprecedented eighth championship trophy, people are watching, dissecting and diagnosing your every move.
Jimmie Johnson is easily one of NASCAR’s most athletic and in shape drivers. He bikes, swims and runs – and occasionally does it all together in triathlons – so it’s an educated guess that the 42-year-old also regularly enjoys a healthy diet.
Jimmie Johnson lived on Hamburger Helper for decade . Jimmie Johnson is easily one of NASCAR's most athletic and in shape drivers. He bikes, swims and runs
Jimmie Johnson is easily one of. , swims and runs - and occasionally - so it's an educated guess that the 42-year-old also regularly enjoys a healthy diet.
But it sounds like that wasn't always the case for Johnson back in the day, long before he won his record-tying seven Cup Series championships.
As he explained to FOX Sports:
"Things weren't easy the whole way by any stretch, and I think I lived on Hamburger Helper for a good, probably, eight- to 10-year window of time."
"I think I lived on Hamburger Helper for a good 8-10 year window."
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Jimmie Johnson is easily one of NASCAR's most athletic and in shape drivers. "Things weren't easy the whole way by any stretch, and I think I lived on Hamburger Helper for a good "When I'm racing, I stay in a bus at the track, and the fridge and cupboards are full of good food," says Johnson , who
Jimmie Johnson tells Daryl Motte that when he was getting his start in racing, the majority of his meals consisted of Hamburger Helper .
Things weren't always easy for, even during his early NASCAR Xfinity Series days.
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Johnson continued to explain that even after he achieved a good amount of success and was racing in what's now known as the second tier XFINITY Series, he would invite friends over for dinner and serving a large pot of Hamburger Helper.
"To me, it was great food," he added.
Things are a little different for Johnson -- this weekend at now, and that he eats well and is on an anti-inflammatory diet.
"When I'm racing, I stay in a bus at the track, and the fridge and cupboards are full of good food," says Johnson, who after practicing comes back to a healthy trackside meal. "Usually I have a sandwich or wrap with chicken and brown rice waiting for me when I'm finished."
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