I've always looked for my affirmation through my peers, the people I race against, and within my team.
My fans are always extremely loyal.
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?'
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.
I didn't get into racing to make friends.
NASCAR fans are very knowledgeable and very passionate.
I really enjoy the football season.
I suck at golf and a variety of other things I go out and do with my friends.
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.
The competition in today's world of racing is so tough.
There is no other way to start the season than to win the Daytona 500.
I grew up racing off-road trucks. They were on road courses with jumps. I made a name for myself in that style of racing.
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.
I grew up on two wheels in the dirt.
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