You win some, lose some, and wreck some.
If you don't cheat, you look like an idiot; if you cheat and don't get caught, you look like a hero; if you cheat and get caught, you look like a dope. Put me where I belong.
Drive it like you stole it, homie.
The winner ain't the one with the fastest car. It's the one who refuses to lose.
It's basically the same, just darker.
You can't let one bad moment spoil a bunch of good ones.
Have the right people in the right places, working together
Finishing races is important, but racing is more important.
If I have a love-hate relationship with Martinsville, then we're missing the love part of the equation.
I think when you look at our team, you have to say that the weak point is probably still the driver.
I was in the right place at the right time.
Why did I take up racing? I was too lazy to work and too chicken to steal
I have some friends who are NASCAR team owners.
Since I started in Nascar, popularity has definitely gone up. I've become more attractive and helpful to companies that are looking for spokespersons. So from that perspective, things are going really well.
I just go where my heart tells me, where my gut tells me to go, where I'm enjoying my life the most, where I feel like I can have the most success. I've truly enjoyed my experience in NASCAR, to the point that I want to do it full time.
NASCAR fans are very knowledgeable and very passionate.
Get every candidate to wear a NASCAR racing suit when they go debate; this way we can see how their sponsors really are.
When I did some NASKAR races this year I noticed that I was increasingly missing the racing side - to race against each other - because in rallying you really race against the clock.
Not as closely as some of the most ardent fans, but I have some friends who are NASCAR team owners.
There are some people who watch NASCAR for the highly skilled driving - but most people watch it for the crashes.