Until a few months ago, those who threaten the batsmen with their balls in international cricket are now going to start a new life. This former fast bowler of Australia has once again chosen the life in a fast lane. Johnson's still all the emphasis will be on the fast, although now they will try their hands on motor racing rather than balls.
Johnson, who retired from international cricket last month, is now ready to try his hand in motor racing. According to Cricinfo's report, Johnson will make his debut in the Formula 1000 series starting next week with Barbagello Raceway.
Johnson, 36, said, "I like the car from the beginning. This is my passion. Although I know, it's not going to be easy. There are several technical aspects that I have to understand. There are many such aspects that require practice, from turning the car to the corner to the correct use of brakes and gears. I am practicing all these things right now. "
Johnson has taken 313 wickets in 73 Tests and 239 wickets in 153 ODIs for Australia. His name is 38 wickets in 30 international T20 matches. He has also represented the Mumbai Indians team for many years in the IPL.