Pay per head news: Super slump for jimmie.

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pay-per-head-jimmie-johnsonAll of Jimmie Johnson's visits to Victory Lane this season have been to praise different drivers. The six-time and protecting NASCAR champion hasn't won a race since last November, a 13-race losing slide.

He's not getting any sensitivity.

I don't feel terrible for him, Carl Edwards said. I've felt terrible for him before and he turns it right around.

All of Jimmie Johnson's visits to Victory Lane this season have been to praise different drivers. The six-time and protecting NASCAR champion hasn't won a race since last November, a 13-race losing slide.

He's not getting any sensitivity.

I don't feel terrible for him, Carl Edwards said. I've felt terrible for him before and he turns it right around.

Johnson goes into the Coca-Cola 600 on Sunday at Charlotte Motor Speedway a shocking 0-for-11 on the season. It's the longest dry spell since 2003, his second season in the Sprint Cup Series.

A 13-race losing streak may not would appear to be much, yet it feels like an unfathomable length of time when discussing Johnson.

That is similar to a 72-race droop, very nearly, for him," chuckled Dale Earnhardt Jr., Johnson's fellow team member at Hendrick Motorsports.

The Coca-Cola 600 has a go at the ideal time for Johnson, who won the longest race on the NASCAR plan three sequential times from 2003-05. Taking all things together, Johnson has 10 wins at Charlotte - six in focuses races, and four All-Star wins. He won the 2012 and 2013 runnings of the All-Star race, and completed sixth on Saturday night.

I know the track has been solid for myself and Hendrick Motorsports, truly, on the off chance that you take a gander at their history. I need to keep those winning ways alive, said Johnson, who is tied with NASCAR Hall of Famers Bobby Allison and Darrell Waltrip for most wins at Charlotte.

While regardless he looking for a win, Johnson's season isn't excessively shabby. He's seventh in the standings, had six main 10 completions and his 527 laps headed trails just Kevin Harvick, a two-time champ this season who has headed 672 laps.

They'll evaluate it, said Earnhardt.  He'll go out and simply wax everyone and afterward all is well for whatever remains of the year. They'll simply hit on it and continue onward.

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