How do you say no when a little kid is asking you for ice cream? I know I can't say no to it myself.
I don't need to break the speed limit. But if I'm not passing other vehicles on the interstate, I get a little irritated.
Driving will never be away from me - I can't just give it up. It's all I've ever done, and there's something about being in that car.
The thing I love about off-road racing is the pride in how abusive it is.
I grew up in a very simple home, a very simple background, and to be able to do what I'm able to do today, I'm very honored. I don't think I'll ever lose that perspective, and I don't want to.
I do find it amusing when somebody cuts me off, makes an aggressive move on me in a car. I'm like, 'Do you have any idea what I do for a living? Why?'
I didn't get into racing to make friends.
A losing football team looks at excuses. A championship football team looks at solutions.
I own motorized bar stools.
There's just a pit that develops in your stomach and doesn't go away. It's the championship pit and it's there.
Experience is invaluable. I can't express enough how much experience in this sport has helped me as a driver.
Since I was kid, what's drawn me to racing is the feeling inside of me, the passion I have for the sport, the feeling I have while competing and doing what I do in a car, on a bike, whatever it's been
My fans are always extremely loyal.
I have a lot of confidence in myself, a lot of confidence in the race team, our equipment, and as my mind plays its games on me, I just fall back on the team.
I want to say thank you to everybody at Hendrick Motorsports for their hard work...Obviousl y, the front row is very special, big thank you to Chevrolet and my awesome sponsor Lowe's Home Improvement !
I've always looked for my affirmation through my peers, the people I race against, and within my team.
NASCAR fans are very knowledgeable and very passionate.
In the World Series, when a pitcher's not doing his job, they put another one in that can.
It's real easy to sit on your couch and point fingers and say, 'So-and-so did something wrong...'. But until you are out there in these cars at these speeds and seeing all the near-misses and what is really going on, it is not worth forming an opinion.
We've got a lot of racing left, but when we're winning at places we're not supposed to, you better watch out.
You watch guys live through their peaks, and then unfortunately, you've got to come down from that peak.
I was able to get through the field and get this Lowe's ProServices Chevy up front. Those last few restarts I was able to hang on and duke it out with those guys and get a nice, top-three finish.
The No. 20 (Matt Kenseth) broke the pace car speed, which you aren't supposed to, but, they aren't calling guys on that so I need to start trying that in the future.
NASCAR does a good job of trying to keep things equal with new rules. We're not allowed to have computers in our cars to tell the crew what's going on. So the only thing you have is the driver, and the driver-crew chief relationship. That's the most important thing.
I've been very fortunate to dodge a nickname throughout my entire career. I've never had one.
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