Indy 500: Jimmie Johnson All-Access | SportsCenter

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Indy 500: Jimmie Johnson All-Access | SportsCenter

Jimmie Johnson grew up in California and as a kid would watch IndyCar races in Long Beach. He always thought that he had to find a way to get one of those cars and race. Marty Smith will spend the better part of two days with the 7-time NASCAR champion, as 30 years later Johnson is living out his childhood dream.

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