I can't understand the flag situation.
The car feels real good and we've got good motors. So far, so good.
I thought I'd be little bit quicker.
I know it sounds kinda crazy, but working on the farm is something I enjoy. I like to get out and just putter around.
It's good way to relax when I come home from the road. When you're out there on the tractor there's nobody to bother you.
I know I can still drive a race car and I know I'm capable of winning races. That's what was so frustrating about the last few years.
So now I have somebody to share my pain with.
Everybody puts a lot of emphasis on qualifying here. This is the pole that everybody wants to win.
I know he didn't know what hit him, but I couldn't believe it.
I don't know what happened. I reached down to look at my oil temperature, and when I looked back up everyone was dead stopped. The only silver lining is that our backup car should be as good as our primary. We came down here testing last month and had a tough time deciding which car to bring back, so that's a good sign for Sunday.
This is the most optimistic I've been in a long time. I've got some unfinished business.
I love racing these short tracks. It's fun and exciting, and a great show for the fans and drivers. There's never a dull moment out there. It's as much about experience and thinking as it is about a good race car.
A 17th-place finish isn't what we're looking for and we're capable of much more. But we were able to keep our nose clean all day, stay out of trouble and come home with a top-20 result. If we can do that every week we'll be making progress. It's not where we want to be, but it's a start.