Race driver Jimmie Johnson watches his crew work in the garage area before NASCAR Sprint Cup Series auto racing practice Friday, Nov. 18, 2016, in Homestead, Fla. (AP Photo/Terry Renna)

HOMESTEAD, Fla. (AP) -- Jimmie Johnson spent time answering questions from kids Sunday before NASCAR's season finale, a race that could be a record run for the six-time champion.

As expected, Johnson got some odd questions, like, "Can you dab?" and "Do you have a big house?"

Johnson candidly and confidently answered them all, showing why he might just be the favorite to win a record-tying seventh championship Sunday at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

Here's a look at the Q&A session:

Q: What's your best championship?

A: The first one (in 2006). I had the least amount of fun because I was the most nervous, but it was the starting point. And then tying Cale (Yarborough) with three in a row was pretty awesome. But there was a lot of pressure to keep it going. And then 2013 is when I had the most fun.

Q: Favorite track?
A: Dover, Delaware (Johnson is a 10-time winner there).
Q: How many trophies?
A: Seventy-nine in the 48.
Q: If you win, will you do a front flip?
A: Off the car? Front flip into the pool maybe.
Q: Can you dab?
A: No, I can't. I've got it all wrong (after doing Usain Bolt's "To The World" pose).
Q: How much horsepower do the cars have?
A: About 900 horsepower. More than three times as much as the car you drive in.
Q: Do you have a big house?
A: Yes, way too big.
Q: Have you ever won here?
A: Not yet. We've taken the big trophy home, but not the smaller one.
Q: Favorite color?
A: Blue. It's worked out well with my sponsor.
Q: Do you think you can get No. 7 today?
A: I feel really good about it. I'd pick me.

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