Jimmie Johnson is a five-time NASCAR Sprint Cup series Champion.
13 top-five finishes, and has won the Daytona 500: “Driver of the Year” awards.
Johnson was the subject of HBO’s documentary series “24/7”. Johnson has been honored by People Magazine, the Associated Press and was recently named the “Most Influential Athlete” by Forbe’s.
Johnson is also a four-time ESPY winner for Driver of the Year.
NASCAR icon Jimmie Johnson turned in yet another stellar season in which he finished third in the overall Sprint Cup Championship following final race at the Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Johnson, who won the championship for five straight years, is one of the sport’s top drivers who recorded five wins and 18 top-five finishes.
Twice named by Forbes as America’s “Most Influential Athlete,” Johnson is a fan favorite for his “everyday guy” personality yet fiercely competitive nature on the track.
Away from racing, Johnson is very charity minded and established the Jimmie Johnson Foundation with his wife, Chandra, in 2006. With a focus on education and supporting children, the foundation has raise over $5 million for various partner organizations. A four-time ESPY winner and the first NASCAR driver to be named the Associated Press Male Athlete of the Year, Johnson is a talented speaker who best delivers his message, including a treasure trove of stories and learning experiences, in a moderated Q&A format. The themes of sustaining success and working as a team while overcoming obstacles becomes paramount during Johnson’s unique presentation.