I never did any of things I was accused of. It was a total fabrication.
I'm technologically challenged, so I finally hooked up Bluetooth in my truck so I can talk going down the road.
I guess good things come to those who wait.
Is my strike zone bigger than others? Yeah. It might be bigger than others, but I don't have a problem with it.
Dale Earnhardt told me it doesn't matter if fans boo or cheer, as long as they're making noise.
It's an opportunity of a lifetime to be teamed up with (Kevin) Harvick, with Tony (Stewart), Danica (Patrick). Us four in the same meetings, it could be hell or could be great. I'm just kidding about the hell part.
You know, its just a matter of working through the pitfalls sometimes and working through the challenges that lie ahead.
You think I'm a pretty good race car driver? Wait until you see my brother. He's the best driver in the family.
I just always dreamed of racing cars, but I didn't think I could do it as a living.
Over the Thanksgiving holiday I took time to reflect on what is most important to me and realized I need to find a way to put the fun back into racing.
There are going to be little victories that we claim, even if it's finishing 15th and putting the car back in hauler without a scratch on it.
James Finch has always had pretty stout cars for the restrictor-plate races and I know we'll be very competitive at Daytona.
James Finch is exactly what I'm looking for, as far as getting back into the race car to have fun.
I am grateful to Penske Racing for six very productive years. Together we won a lot of races - 16 in all. I'm proud that we won on a variety of tracks.
I also appreciate the lasting friendships I've made while working with our great sponsors through the years, including Miller Lite, Shell and Dodge.
Leaving a great organization and a lucrative contract is not easy, but it allows me to take a deep breath and work on things that can make me a better driver and a better person.
When Jimmie Johnson goes out early and finishes 35th, as he did Sunday, he can look at the cameras, lament about it being a tough day, and then say, 'We'll just try to get them next week at Darlington'.
There wouldn't be any way I could have jumped into Cup with the success I had without the truck series. I wish I had more time to spend there. There are so many things the truck teaches you about aerodynamics, the professional ranks of racing, and working with a professional team.
I've been fined probably more than any driver, and I've probably paid it out of my own pocket more than any driver.
My father instilled in me a love for racing.
I wouldn't say it came easy, but I understood how to win and I determined how I could do it.
There are a lot of lessons that you learn, and you have to learn them quickly if you want to be competitive at this top level.
It's almost therapeutic driving there and driving back (to North Carolina), with the time you get to think about things as well as create checklists.
Each driver has their own identity and from one week to another, normally it stays the same.
It's better sometimes to be lucky than good.
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