You can’t make that stuff up. We want to make the Chase and we want to go out there and race for a championship and make circles for a reason and make circles for wins and what-have-you. What’s at stake in Week And I say that as a compliment to him and his team. Somebody throws a helmet and it’s considered a good race. And I’ve heard that’s a fine. For people who have been around a long time, that’s kind of what we’ve been missing with old No.
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Everybody wants to see good racing and a competitive finish, but everybody — whether people admit or not–likes to see wrecks and guys go over the edge. Last year’s race we were all fighting for one lane which was at the top instead of the bottom.
I use that as motivation. Well, a quarter of the country talks like me, so why should I change just to suit the other three-fourths?
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It’s not like one play is a bad play and you go on to another play. But these jokes are a reminder that NASCAR could — nawcar should — learn from the comedian that it’s all right to laugh at yourself from time to time. To me, that was Mount Everest. Much of this season has been made miserable because expectations for the new car were set way too high.
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I hate being involved in it and don’t like that part of it, but I like watching. You don’t work [this] hard all year to suffer along through a season and miss the Chase. It gets boring if you don’t stir the pot once in a while.
These snippets are from Friday’s session at Atlanta Motor Speedway:. We’ve been very fortunate to have had success and consistent success, but I wake up every year fearing I might not make the Chase. Moments later, standing by his wrecked car, Stewart flung his helmet as Kenseth drove slowly past the scene. Every other sport has a cooling-off period; you get time to calm down. Some are putting so much emphasis on the car being the savior and filling the stands again that they forget the great stories — such as Patrick winning the pole and finishing eighth in the DaytonaEdwards ending a race losing streak at Phoenix, and Matt Kenseth getting his first win for Joe Gibbs Racing at Las Vegas.
Somebody throws a helmet and it’s considered a good race. We’re inside the car and limited to our physical emotions and body language driving the car.
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That’s been part of the sport for a lot of years. You can’t make that stuff up. Find something to laugh about, as Foxworthy did when asked how his grit chips compared to the Earnhardt Jr. Foxwkrthy pretty funny for [Jeff Foxworthy] to be able to poke fun at himself and all of us the way he does. These don’t rival the redneck jokes of Jeff Foxworthy, who was at BMS for Saturday’s Nationwide Series race to promote his grit chips — it’s apparently a “redneck’s dream” to have your name as a race title.
But if the race isn’t one dramatic moment after another, there’s no need to get tied up in knots. But the fans really connect when we get out of the car and do things like what Tony did last weekend.
The media is on eggshells.
That’s what it feels like and we didn’t want to be in that position. But our deal’s a little different and we don’t have that.
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I at one time had more cars that didn’t run than did foxwotthy, so that was one of those things that made me a redneck. I think fans loved the helmet toss and I thought that was cool… although I wish it wasn’t being tossed at me because keff meant me was upset with me.
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