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Jimmie Johnson’s “Hangover” saga continues

Dec 6, 2013, 3:15 PM EDT

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At last night’s NASCAR After The Lap show in Las Vegas, Jimmie Johnson indicated that he and his Hendrick Motorsports team’s efforts to re-create “The Hangover” weren’t quite done yet.

Sure enough, he was telling the truth.

In their re-creations, the group have used everything from stuffed chickens and tigers to a toy baby.

Even actor Ken Jeong, the man who played the flamboyant criminal Mr. Chow in the “Hangover” movie trilogy, has gotten involved:

And now, this morning, with the Sprint Cup Series Awards just hours away, the team finally managed to “find” the lost member of their wolfpack – crew chief Chad Knaus.

We’ll see if that marks the end of the saga, or if one more surprise is in store for us…

  1. timaug - Dec 6, 2013 at 6:02 PM

    France: you better change some things.
    You are losing your core fans, because your concern is for diversity. The people of diversity, are not fans of nascar, NEVER WERE, NEVER WILL BE.

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