JEFF FOXWORTHY NASCAR DRIVER

There’s probably a co-worker or two they wouldn’t mind running their fist into his race. Free Newsletters Get the best of autoweek. I at one time had more cars that didn’t run than did run, so that was one of those things that made me a redneck. The media is on eggshells. It gets boring if you don’t stir the pot once in a while.

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Look, if you can’t laugh at yourself, it’s going to be a miserable life for you. I’m like, ‘Go, boy! I’m glad I had an epiphany at the last second to point my right index finger instead of raise the middle one.

I use that as motivation. Digital Subscription Take Autoweek to go on your digital device and get the car news you want, wherever you nascag. But these jokes are a reminder that NASCAR could — and should — learn from the comedian that it’s all right to laugh at yourself from time to time.

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But the fans foxwrthy connect when we get out of the car and do things like what Tony did last weekend. You might be a redneck if you think the purse for Sunday’s Sprint Cup race at BMS is something a burglar might snatch from your wife. Bold predictions for ; Gritty dresses up as Santa 13h Greg Wyshynski.

Share Facebook Tweet Pinterest Email. Nqscar another, he’s such a threat that in some ways it’s a dodged bullet if he doesn’t make it. Danica Patrick pitched a finger-pointing tantrum at Regan Smith after Smith wrecked her to spoil a surprising top run.

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NASCAR, a song by Jeff Foxworthy on Spotify

Everyone should sit back and make up a Foxworthy joke, as Carl Edwards did for me. We’ve been very fortunate to have had foxdorthy and consistent success, but I wake up every year fearing I might not make the Chase.

For people who have been around jwff long time, that’s kind of what we’ve been missing with old No. Maybe they live vicariously that emotion is some way. It gets boring if you don’t stir the pot once in a while. UFC Cheat Sheet: The sport could use some comic relief in a season overshadowed by the horrific crash in the Nationwide Series opener at Daytona International Speedway, a Nationwide driver being suspended for using a racial slur in the presence of an MTV blogger, controversy over the NRA sponsoring a Cup race in Texas and Hamlin’s fine that never would have happened if officials weren’t so oversensitive to comments about the new car.

NASCAR – Jeff Foxworthy is right, everyone needs to lighten up

Carl Edwards did his best to put his Chase predicament into perspective on Friday at Atlanta. Last year’s race we were all fighting for one lane which was at the top instead of the bottom.

You don’t work [this] hard all year to suffer along through a season and miss the Chase.

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We’re inside the car and limited to our physical emotions and body language driving the car. Moments later, standing by his wrecked car, Stewart flung his helmet as Kenseth drove slowly past the scene. If they get that on Sunday, the whining and moaning of the first four foxworthyy surely will cease for a while.

It didn’t work out quite the way he planned. Everybody wants to see good racing and a competitive finish, but everybody — whether people admit or not–likes to see wrecks and guys go over the edge.

NASCAR drivers (and Jeff Foxworthy) say the darndest things

Free Newsletters Get the best of autoweek. Find something to laugh about, as Foxworthy did when asked how his grit chips compared to the Earnhardt Jr. I think the fans are on egg shells. No love lost for booing Minnesota fans Minnesota Timberwolves.

The sport is on eggshells as many were at Bristol after this race last year. He kind of knew how to keep the pot stirred a little bit.

If I have to, I hope I can deal with it in a good manner. They were cheering like heck for me to go up the track and do something awesome, or at least it was awesome in their eyes.