In this post, you will find great NASCAR Quotes from famous people, such as Samantha Bee, Michael Waltrip, Brian France, Marshall Curry, Mario Andretti. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
Since I started in Nascar, popularity has definitely gone up. I’ve become more attractive and helpful to companies that are looking for spokespersons. So from that perspective, things are going really well.
I think a lot of people think of NASCAR drivers as living the private life, the luxurious life. But I don’t.
I feel like in the races I watched before I got to NASCAR, nobody ran like right next to the wall. And I feel like since I’ve gotten here, a lot more people do now. I don’t know if it’s the way the cars drive or the tracks age or what, but I feel like I’ve had a part in changing the style of NASCAR racing a little bit.
Formula One was just cool. I loved racing, all types of racing, but from a young age, Formula One was the noise and everything, and that’s what I was drawn to. I already knew when I was younger, the coolest guys are in F1… not that NASCAR drivers aren’t cool, but that was always what I had in my head!
I think our sport is much better off with a successful female driver in NASCAR.
We have a lot of guys from different backgrounds in pit crews and even in the front offices of NASCAR and race teams.
I love social media. I think people in NASCAR don’t use it enough and there’s so much you can do with it.
It’s something we’re trying to change and NASCAR is as a whole trying to bring in a younger fan base, a different-looking fan base, we’re trying to change the whole demographic of the sport. Me going out to do that is something I’ll take responsibility for.
I’m working with a lot of entrepreneurs and people launching new businesses. It’s fun. It’s what I’ve always liked to do and loved doing it in my years at NASCAR when we were growing NASCAR, building different lines of business and intellectual properties.
What I know is when the racing is tighter and there’s more passing, there’s just more excitement and more contact and more things that happen. That’s kind of what NASCAR is all about.
I loved a lot of motorsports, but as far as the ovals go, I was more into NASCAR.
No one should feel uncomfortable when they come to a NASCAR race, so it starts with Confederate flags. Get them out of here. They have no place for them.
Nascar will certainly not be one of my challenges in the future.
American politics are rich with characters and stereotypes – Joe the Plumber, Harry and Louise, Nascar dads and hockey moms, to name a few. But one persistent type hasn’t gotten much attention: the Republican football coach.
From the Mississippi Mudflap to the Kentucky Waterfall, to the Tennessee Top Hat and the North Carolina Neckwarmer, nothing says freedom like a mullet blowing unfettered in the wind and I can’t wait to restore it to its rightful place in the NASCAR garage.
People recognize the size and scope of NASCAR but at the same time we are constantly underserved by the media coverage.
I’ve never had any issues with racism or racist people at the track for as long as I’ve been racing in NASCAR. All of that stuff that has happened to my face took place when I was coming up. And a lot of what I get now on social media is 13- and 14-year-old kids just trying to act tough. Well, I’ll call them out.
I’ve never seen a NASCAR race; I’ve seen an Indianapolis 500 race.
Boy, do I dislike two things: One is having to deal with penalties or infractions even though we have to. We have to keep the playing field even, and we have to do what we have to do. The second part that I would prefer to not have to talk about is the business side of NASCAR. That’s important, too.
In NASCAR, we pride ourselves on being accessible to fans.
I have a lot to learn about NASCAR. But I’ve learned if you have the right people in the right places doing the right things, you can be successful at whatever you do.
When I did some Nascar races this year I noticed that I was increasingly missing the racing side, to race against each other, because in rallying you really race against the clock.
We haven‘t made money in NASCAR in a long time.
Downhill track sports like luge are technology battles, as exciting as a NASCAR qualifying day.
Our challenge is this sport needs to be more diverse throughout its makeup of stakeholders, participants, and fans. We’re doing a number of things from a multicultural standpoint on and off the track to achieve that. Over time, that’s going to be a big opportunity for NASCAR.
We don’t want to fight NASCAR.
I feel like Hendrick just plays games in a way with NASCAR. I feel like they always start the year off kind of bad to like show NASCAR that they’re being nice and cooperating and following the rules and stuff, and then it gets a couple of months in, and then they start cheating and finding some speed.
The cooperation of NASCAR – or any other system, it turns out – persists only when everyone believes he has the opportunity to win.
Even though the album is an endangered species, can we try and make a coherent and good one, even if it’s like making a horse and cart at a Nascar conference?
There are some people who watch NASCAR for the highly skilled driving – but most people watch it for the crashes.
It’s too bad American electoral races aren’t as transparent as NASCAR races.
I have taken restarts and have come to the conclusion myself that I can’t give NASCAR that opportunity to penalize me.
NASCAR and the Daytona 500 are about as American as you can get.
Toyota is doing a neat job coming in to the sport – no one ever thought that there would be a day when Toyota would participate in an American-made, American-born sport like Nascar but they’re doing a fantastic job.
We want everybody in this country to be a NASCAR fan, and you can’t do that by being insensitive in any one area.
NASCAR fans are very knowledgeable and very passionate.
You don’t win NASCAR races without ability.
I’m a fan of NASCAR, in a certain kind of way.
I’ve always felt strongly that the Confederate flag and other symbols like that are not representative of Nascar, even though I respect anyone‘s right, because it does mean different things to different people.
Predominantly everything I have and everything I do revolves around my commitment to NASCAR on the team ownership side.
Things are pretty good for NASCAR with our TV agreements behind us and so forth. For us it’s focusing on putting the best events and tightest racing that we can, making improvements on the track and investing in the amenities and fan experience.
I’ve done drag races. I’ve done Long Beach Grand Prix stuff. I’ve done NASCAR stuff. Just about anything carwise under the sun, I’ve done. Whether it be driving schools or racing schools, I’ve had a passion for it for a long time.
Horseracing already has the highest mortality rate of any sport in the world per capita to the people who do it. If you crash in Nascar you still have a roll bar, and a cage, and a lot of protection. It’s built to crash, but if you fall off a racehorse we all know what can happen, so it’s tremendously dangerous.