Bad news for Jimmie Johnson.
He clammed his No, 48 into the wall at Michigan during the final NASCAR Cup Series practice, and he’s going to have to go to his backup car for Sunday’s race.
Johnson’s No. 48 Chevrolet SS limped into pit row.
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