Jimmie Johnson’s long weekend continued Sunday ahead of the IndyCar Series race at the Music City Grand Prix.
Johnson wrecked for the second time this weekend during the final practice session, which took place four hours before the race was set to begin.
Johnson hit a bump coming off the Korean Veterans Memorial Bridge. He lost control of his car and hit the wall ahead of Turn Four, destroying the back of his car.
Johnson had completed 13 laps and recorded the 24th fastest time of the session at 1 minute, 18.1674 seconds.
Johnson will run the race in his backup car using the engine from his main car that was undamaged in the wreck.
During his qualifying run Saturday, Johnson wrecked 24 seconds into his run. He is set to start the race in 25th position.
Johnson was a dominant force in the NASCAR Cup Series, winning seven championships before making the jump to IndyCar after retirement.