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Favourite Race Driver Quotes

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Favourite Race Driver Quotes

Post by sadsac » 4 weeks ago

I have heard and read many driver quotes and sayings threw the years so i thought i would start this topic and see what other good, meaningful and funny quotes members know of
I will start with a few nascar driver quotes
Alan Kulwicki
"It's basically the same, just darker," on the difference between night racing and daytime racing.
Cale Yarborough
"Driving a race car is like dancing with a chainsaw."
Darrell Waltrip
“If the lion didn’t bite the tamer every once in a while, it wouldn’t be exciting.”
Mario Andretti
"The crashes people remember, but drivers remember the near misses." :twothumbs:

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Post by Jesper Hvid » 3 weeks ago

John Nielsen wrote:That's racing!
Used frequently, and in all contexts.
You only have to read the lines of scribbly black and everything shines.

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Post by Manfred Cubenoggin » 3 weeks ago

I don't recall whom it was exactly but one NASCAR driver many years ago reportedly replied after shunting his car...

'I got a little behind in my steering.'

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Post by Andrew Hope » 2 weeks ago

JPM: "They all love preaching safe racing, but when you go to pass them, they're just douchebags"

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Post by acerogers58 » 2 weeks ago

“I knew something wasn’t right when the first person who reached me had a beer in his hand” - Jimmy Horton after flying out of Talladega 1993.

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