As so many before him, today's most successful NASCAR driver, Jimmie Johnson, is the most hated man in the sport. Many inside the sport don't get that, but at the same time, they totally do.
In this week's Six, Marty Smith writes about what athletes do when they aren't athletes anymore. For many, there is never a replacement in their lives.
Only eight drivers can say they've won the Great American Race more than once. Michael Waltrip, who's oh-so-close to calling it a career, is one of them.