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Johnson, who turned 43 last month, said he wanted to race for another 10 to 15 years but was unsure how long in Cup. “I know that social media likes to light up and have different opinions and it’s all a bunch of B. I just want to race 20 times a year instead of 38 or 39 times a year.” Knaus, who turned 47 and became a first-time father in August, has said before he intended to be done as a crew chief before he turned 50, possibly moving into a management role.

His contract with Hendrick Motorsports runs through the 2020 season. But in becoming the crew chief for William Byron’s No. Brooke (Knaus’ wife) was involved in this 100 percent. Even when I signed my two-year contract earlier this year, she was a very integral part of the decision-making process because we are paying attention to where we are at and what we are going to be doing in the future. “I know that Chad wouldn’t commit to do it if he had short-term plans about it.

Just getting through this week, get it behind us and get to work on what’s next for both of us and the teams.” Knaus: “It’s the right time with the company with what we’ve got going on. It’s right.” Johnson: “To go with that, we both are fierce competitors and want to win.

We made a huge fundamental shift last year with the way the way that we operate at Hendrick Motorsports; combining the two buildings and putting four teams under one roof essentially. 48, we’ve got to do what we feel is best for the other parts of the company. The last two years, although we did win three races last year, the year ended, it was difficult.

They're always forgiving of other people's mistakes, which at times can translate to naivete and gullibility. Those were among the questions the driver and crew chief of the No. – We learned Wednesday they won’t be finishing their careers together, but how long will Jimmie Johnson and Chad Knaus continue to compete in NASCAR?Jimmie Johnson, driver of the #48 Lowe's/Kobalt Tools Chevrolet, celebrates with his daughter Genevieve Marie and wife Chandra, Crew cheif Chad Knaus (L) and his girlfriend Lisa Rockelmann after winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Crown Royal presents the Curtiss Shaver 400 at the Brickyard at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on July 29, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. He is the first crew chief to win five straight championships, doing so each year from 2006 to 2010. He was born in Rockford and was serving as his father’s crew chief by age fourteen.

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