Seven-time NASCAR Champion and Rookie Indy 500 Jimmie Johnson hasn’t ruled out a return to the Cup Series, and he may even have an idea of his next race.
Johnson said Thursday he’s ready to drive the “Double Memorial Day” — competing at the Indy 500 and then the Coca-Cola 600 in Concord, North Carolina the same day. Kurt Busch, Tony Stewart, Robby Gordon and John Andretti completed the feat.
“I’ve always thought that men in pairs were just doing something special and unique, and I wanted to do that,” Johnson said.
And he still is.
Johnson, who has yet to drive NASCAR’s NextGen, said: “I’m very open to it.