Driver Jimmie Johnson and crew chief Chad Knaus won a record-tying seven NASCAR Cup Series titles together. Wednesday, they were elected to the NASCAR Hall of Fame together. They will be joined by former driver Donnie Allison, who got in via the pioneer ballot, as part of NASCAR’s Class of 2024. Johnson’s 83 Cup wins rank sixth-most in NASCAR history and they came at 20 different tracks. The trio will be enshrined next January.
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