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Johnny Rockets

The bad weekend for Jimmie Johnson continues...

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NASCAR suspends Jimmie Johnson crew chief Chad Knaus for six races, issues a $100K fine and penalizes Johnson's team 25 points for Daytona 500 infractions.

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Damn... it must be bad for them to suspend the golden boy for 6 races...

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just think since JJ only got 2 points for the 500 that gives him a total of -23. That means that you and me...Heck even the guy driving the jet drier has more points that the #48.

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Move over Michael Waltrip, now you have company in the negative points clique!

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Damn... it must be bad for them to suspend the golden boy for 6 races...

You really think he is NASCAR's golden boy? Why would they want to protect him? I think the last thing NASCAR wants is for Jimmie Johnson to continue winning championships.

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Damn... it must be bad for them to suspend the golden boy for 6 races...

Knaus is NASCAR's golden boy?

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