Amid a season of unknowns and an uncertain future, the seven time NASCAR Cup champion Jimmie Johnson announced that he was retiring from driving full time and moving over to IndyCar.

Now after two years in the open wheel series, Johnson has announced that he is once again retiring, but this time it is from racing full time.

Johnson has said that while he will no longer race full time, there are some “bucket list” events that he would like to run and of course spend more time with his family.

While Johnson did not reveal exactly what was on his “bucket list”; he has expressed an interest in running the 24 Hours of Le Mans.  That wish may be a little closer to coming true since his former NASCAR boss Rick Hendrick is working with Le Mans to field a Garage 56 car in the 2023 race.  Hendricks has yet to name a driver for the car.

The 2022 IndyCar season is over but Johnson is scheduled to run in IMSA’s Petit Le Mans race in Atlanta this weekend.