Johnson rolled off the grid from the outside pole position Sunday at Michigan International Speedway, and settled into third-place after the green flag waved. He would race throughout the Top 10 all afternoon before crossing the finish line sixth in the Pure Michigan 400, hendrickmotorsports.com reports.
Earnhardt got into the wall in opening practice for the Pure Michigan 400 at Michigan International Speedway Friday afternoon. The damage was bad enough that the team will pull out the backup car for qualifying.
In a race that spanned two days due to inclement weather, Johnson led his teammates to the checkered flag with a Top-10 result. Johnson earned a seventh-place result Sunday at Bristol Motor Speedway, and he was joined inside the Top 15 by the other three Hendrick Motorsports drivers, hendrickmotorsports.com reports.