Your character is slowly built and quickly eroded. You're definitely influenced whatever you are immersed in and whatever you're around and what you're a part of.
My fans freak out and think I'm never going to race again. And I don't want them to do that because I want them to be there to pull for me in the truck series next year.
I'm not always successful. But I try to treat the people the way I want to be treated. I really try to keep that in mind, but it doesn't always work.
I'm far from perfect but I have managed to earn a good deal of respect by trying to implement the kinds of things you learn about.
I'm not comfortable telling my kids how they should be or how they should think or how they should act or anything else.
Your faith shapes the kind of person that you are.
Really, we don't relate our Atlanta setup to here. I feel like the shock [absorber] package will be different and the springs will certainly be different than Atlanta.
I try not to have expectations because they can tend to tear you apart. I expect to work as hard as I can possibly work and I expect to give every ounce of a hundred percent.
I guess I'd rather be lucky than good.
I don't think that I'm the smartest guy around, so I'm better off to keep my mouth shut as much as I can rather than opening my mouth and proving to people that I don't know what I'm talking about. I'm more of a leader by example than I am a preacher.
Kids pick up and absorb a lot more than you think they do. I try to do what I think is right, and I try to lead by example.
Obviously you can look at things however you choose to and I'm not proud of some people in sports, but I don't really look at it as my calling to be out there setting an example. I just try to treat people the way the I want to be treated - with respect and some dignity.
I think what you study and what you believe in has an influence in the way you live.
We are going to look at the results at the end of the semester to determine the future of the program. I am really eager to see what the scores look like on the end of the semester report cards.
Kill one and you might as well kill 21.
Hopefully, the drivers will be able to race without running over one another. Anything with a heritage like this racetrack, I would not have messed with it. I would have saved my money.
Life is short and I have some things I'd still like to do.
I've turned over a new leaf. On TV, Kenny Wallace said I was a pessimist after Charlotte, so I got mad. Now I am so excited about coming back that I just can't stand it. I wish we were starting tomorrow and I'm going to win! That's the new me.
I learned a lot. I knew I had a lot to learn because it's been so long, but that sure did show up there today.
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