Jimmie Johnson still knows how to get to Victory Lane at Texas, even from the back of the field on a track that had changed significantly since his first six wins there.
And also while cramping because of dehydration late in the race that he won Sunday after charging under Joey Logano with 16 laps left .
"When I caught Joey and was racing with Joey, I started cramping pretty good on my left side — my chest, and my bicep, my forearm," Johnson said. "I knew I was real low on fluids."
Johnson discovered right after the start of the 334-lap race that there was a problem with the fluid delivery system in his car. But that and the track changes didn't...