#1 Harvick Fan
- Aug 17, 2018
I love the dude, but y'all know I'm right.
If Larson has saved and invested his NASCAR money wisely and with the fact that he is doing what he truly loves doing and is one of the best at it without near the amount of mental stress, makes me think he may not miss racing in NASCAR as much as people thought he would.I think Larson has won as many sprint car races since this all happened as he ever won in Cup hes riding a streak of 3 with the Allstars
Here is an article I just read.I think Larson has won as many sprint car races since this all happened as he ever won in Cup hes riding a streak of 3 with the Allstars
I have no facts to back up this comment, but, I feel Ross will go to the 42 next year.Was kenseth put in the car as a one year place holder or were they hoping to run him for a while? I think the answer to that question is important to this discussion.
I don't know but I'm with @sdj . I'm pretty sure this is a one year deal while waiting for Melon Man.Was kenseth put in the car as a one year place holder or were they hoping to run him for a while? I think the answer to that question is important to this discussion.
I dunno if it was a mistake but Matt definitely hasn't done as well since Darlington.I love the dude, but y'all know I'm right.
He's 48 years old. I think he's way past his prime. That's not counting the fact that he hadn't raced in the series for over a year.
He said he only ran Cup to fund his dirt activities.I have this gut feeling, and from seeing how much fun Larson is having, that NASCAR will not have to worry about that. I'm also noticing the car he is driving is getting more sponsors, and even at least one of Kyles old sponsors back. Plus, the more he wins the more sponsors he will attract. Larson being forced out of NASCAR may have been the best thing for him.
He ran Cup to support everything. That is why I said "if he saved and invested wisely" in my post 7. He obviously won't make the same coin on dirt, but as good as he is on dirt he should be able to make a pretty good living with a fraction of the stress. Plus he is still pretty young so he has plenty of time to return later if he wants to.He said he only ran Cup to fund his dirt activities.
Your source, please? Because I haven't heard Larson say that, and I have heard him deny it...He said he only ran Cup to fund his dirt activities.
During his Friday media availability at Sonoma Raceway in his home state of California, ahead of Sunday’s Toyota/Save Mart 350 at the track, Larson insisted that he loves NASCAR, too. He pointed out that if he continues in NASCAR until he’s 40, he’ll have competed there for about 20 years, comparing that span of time to the NASCAR Cup Series career of Jeff Gordon.
Matt can maybe pull off a win still(I'm looking at you Dover), but these top tier teams should really be eyeing John Hunter Nemechek right now. That kid is the real deal if I've ever seen it.
You think 48 is old? Matt is in Better shape now than he was 10 years ago. By the way, I know I am speaking to a young man, old is a frame of mind not an actual issue of physical being. I am 68 going on 35.