Discussion in 'NASCAR chat' started by DanicaFreak, Dec 20, 2018.
“GREEN FLAG IN THE AIR”
“MAJOR CHAMPIONSHIP IMPLICATIONS”
I duno why ppl hate it so much.. to me it's the sound of a new season starting
"Everything is great!"--Kyle Busch, 2015 Cup Champion *
Now it's correct.
Because it's incredibly stupid sounding and makes NASCAR and it's fans sound like a bunch of stupid rednecks. Could you imagine the lead TV analyst of ANY other major sport uttering something like that at the beginning of an event? If I were running Fox Sports back in 2001, I would have called Darrell on the Monday morning after Daytona and told him if he EVER uttered that phrase in a Fox TV booth again, he'd be on the street. Whoever allowed boogity boogity to survive and whoever came up with that stupid Digger should blackballed from ever holding a job with a TV network again.
Still haunts you, doesn't it?
Nah. It's nothing but a thang, as they used to say.
Jeff Gordon “Go faster and you wont have that problem” to Tony Stewart at Watkins Glen.
Also shoutout to his radio comm to Ray after cursing on the radio.
Ray: “I thought you were a churchy guy”
Jeff: “Not on Sundays”
A good thang.
Before there was this:
There was this:
I was at that race!
A good place to be!
"They may call this the Pepsi 400 but Coca-Cola tastes a helluva lot better." - Tony Stewart
"Sorry we couldn't crash more cars today. We didn't fill the quota today for Talladega." - Tony Stewart
Ward Burton recited several of Dale's lines when he put Dale in the wall to win a race. I thought it was pretty funny.
Let's be honest, you could make an entire thread devoted to golden nuggets from Kimi Raikkonen.
"Everybody thinks Michael's (Waltrip) this good guy. He's not the good guy like he acts he is. The caution was out, and he wrecked me. And, he's a piece of (expletive)." - Robby Gordon
Darrell Waltrip when he was driving and before he started trying to be a nice guy.
"What goes around, comes around"
“I wasn’t proud of having to drive him like that...”
- Ryan Newman
"It's bad when you start dead last and get hit from behind on the first lap". DW towards the end of his career.
Junior Johnson on the difference in being "involved" in something, or "commited " to something. "A chicken is involved in breakfast, a pig is commited to it".
Have to watch Rusty dump JG but then you get to the "It's pretty obvious, you tell me!"
You hear the crowd cheering what Rusty did? You’d think he just wrecked Kyle Busch
For as unsuccessful as his NASCAR venture was, Robby Gordon was one heck of a character!
That movie was god aweful lol
It treated the viewers as non-nascar fans who needed a cartoonish kindergarden level understanding of what the culture of the sport is. After these scenes you quoted here, I had to stop watching the movie the first time around. Even 12 year old me felt insulted by that lol
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"I'm gonna have nightmares about kids eating free." - Kevin Harvick
David Hoots- " Put it out, turn two"...
"I'm to dam fat to be climbing fences"- Tony Stewart
"I'v never caused a riot before winning....well....maybe once or twice"- Jeff Gordon
Bobby Allison was leading the Coke 600 when a lapped car took him out, TV caught him standing by his car surveying the damage in the garage area and the guy asked him . "Bobby what do you have to do to the car to get back out there" Bobby shot back "Fix it"!! They cut back to the guys in the booth after He said that and they all were laughing thier asses off!
" Dirt's made for racin', asphalt is made for roads to get you to the track". Red Farmer
"and all you haters -- I see you" Harvick
There was also a race this year that Kyle Bush won and when the camera panned his way he feigned rubbing tears out of his eyes for all of his haters. I don't like Kyle Busch but that was reall funny haha!
This always cracked me up.....
Mr. Excitement going postal....
“Inches only count when you’re playing horseshoes and hand grenades. I don’t want to play either with that clown.”
It needs to be said with his accent for the full on effect
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