Daytona 500 winner Jimmie Johnson performs Harlem Shake

After winning the Daytona 500, Jimmie Johnson and his team did the Harlem Shake ... on the track.

How would you celebrate a victory in the Daytona 500? Well, if you're Jimmie Johnson the obvious answer is by performing the Harlem Shake

Late Sunday night, after fulfilling his media and sponsor obligations, Johnson was taking pictures in the Daytona International Speedway infield when a team member had the idea of performing the dance craze sweeping the country.

Just hours earlier Johnson had won by his second Daytona 500 by holding off Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Mark Mark

The video released by Hendrick Motorsports Tuesday morning is posted above. And yes, that is Johnson in the helmet and yes, that is Chad Knaus poppin' wheelies on the motorcycle.

Enjoy.

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