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CONCORD, N.C. -- Wednesday afternoon, Jimmie Johnson announced that the 2020 season will be his last as a full-time NASCAR Cup Series driver.

Before the driver of the No. 48 Ally Chevrolet embarks on what will be his 19th full-time season next year, we thought we'd take a look back at the seven-time champion's iconic career by the numbers.

  • 18 full-time NASCAR Cup Series seasons (2002-2019)
  • Seven-time Cup Series champion (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2013, 2016)
  • Seven championships tied with Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt for most all-time
  • Only driver to win five consecutive Cup Series championships (2006-2010)
  • 651 career points-paying Cup Series starts
  • 648 consecutive starts; tied for sixth-most all-time
  • 16 consecutive seasons with a win (2002-2017); tied for third-longest all-time
  • Cup Series record 15 playoff appearances, all consecutive (2004-2018)
  • First Cup Series win: Auto Club Speedway on April 28, 2002, in 13th career start
  • 36 Cup Series pole positions
  • 46 Cup Series runner-up finishes
  • 227 Cup Series top-five finishes (35%)
  • 364 Cup Series top-10 finishes (56%)
  • 18,834 Cup Series laps led
  • Led in 346 of 651 starts (53%)
  • 83 career Cup Series wins; tied for sixth-most all-time with Cale Yarborough
  • 47 wins from 2002-2009; winningest driver of the decade
  • 36 wins from 2010-2019; third-winningest driver of the decade
  • Won on 20 of 25 Cup Series tracks where he has raced
  • 28 career Cup Series wins on 1.5-mile tracks; most all-time
  • Two or more Cup Series wins at 17 different racetracks
  • Cup Series “Crown Jewel” wins: DAYTONA 500 (2006, 2013), Charlotte 600 (2003, 2004, 2005, 2014), Brickyard 400 (2006, 2008, 2009, 2012) and Southern 500 (2004, 2012)
  • Won Hendrick Motorsports’ 200th race at Darlington in 2012
  • Has competed against 262 different drivers over 651 career Cup Series starts
  • One of only three drivers with 11 or more wins at a single track (Dover), joining NASCAR Hall of Famers Richard Petty and Darrell Waltrip
  • Leads all drivers in wins at Dover (11), Charlotte oval (8), Texas (7), Auto Club (6), Las Vegas (4) and Kansas (3; tie)