5-time champ ratcheting up pressure on Keselowski
Johnson turning up heat
HOMESTEAD, Fla. – Jimmie Johnson is the king of mind games – he doesn’t fall victim to them – and he’s got five trophies as proof.
He doesn’t let the pressure rattle him, and as a veteran of seven championship finales, he knows how hard it can be to tune out the noise surrounding the title-deciding race. So Johnson was more than willing to poke, prod, and remind Brad Keselowski just what’s at stake at Homestead-Miami Speedway this weekend.
Keselowski takes a 20-point lead over Johnson into Sunday’s finale, and needs only to finish 15th or better to win his first Sprint Cup title. It would give team owner Roger Penske his first championship at NASCAR’s top level in 29 years of competition.
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