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Each race, I feel like I’m a little more patient.
To get back-to-back wins in the Cup Series is something I’ve always dreamed of doing, and to get it done feels great.
I definitely think as much as I race and so many different types of cars that I run – and having success doing it too – I think helps grow the sport of motorsports. It’s not something I really have to work to do though. It just naturally kind of happens. And it’s what I love to do – I love to race so much.
I won a sprint-car championship in 2010.
I never really realized how privileged I was in the way I grew up.
To win a championship is crazy.
I make fun of my dad all the time for crying, and I’m worse than he is.
Just blocking noise out and doing something you love and enjoying it and having fun with it. It’s kind of made my mentality in me staying calmer much better.
I don’t think I’m as good as what a lot of people say I am.
Well, I never worked a real job.
The goal for all of us drivers is to get a championship, but I’ve always wanted to be known as one of – if not the greatest – all-around race car drivers ever.
I’ve just got to remind myself that it’s hard to express tone and sarcasm and stuff through text.
I haven’t gotten overly confident or cocky. I think staying level and humble has helped me through the bad times and the good times.
I don’t want to lose who I am, but at the same time I need to not get myself in trouble sometimes.
I guess I can’t pinpoint like one thing that’s a weakness, but if we can continue to get every area better, I mean, we’ll be really hard to beat.
I hate breakfast, so I’ve got to find somethings that I like to eat in the morning and just make sure I drink enough fluids.
Even when we’ve been winning, we still look at things that we could have done better, whether it be on the racetrack, on pit road, just little things to maximize our day.
I like being a guy that’s bridging the gap between all different forms of racing, especially now that I’m in the Dirt Late Model stuff, too. I think that’s helped bridge the gap between sprint car fans and Late Models.
I want to be who I am, and I think fans and media members appreciate that.
I would love to run the Indy 500 someday. But I would only want to do it if the right opportunity was out there and I was in a car I felt like was capable of winning with a team and crew that has a history of winning here at the Speedway.
I’ve always wanted to go to an F1 race.
I have all the respect in the world for Matt Kenseth.
It’s definitely a great honor to be the first Asian-American to win a NASCAR Cup Series Championship. It’s not something that I set out to accomplish in that way, but now that I have, I know that I hold a much bigger role in the Asian community.
When I think of a rivalry, I think of two drivers who butt heads.
I never had to really worry about anything and I guess I was naive.
I think people like that I speak my mind, but I think I can speak my mind in a better way sometimes and choose my words a little bit more wisely.
I want to be known as a guy that was competitive in every type of race car he ever got in.
In sprint car wrecks, just slam your head against a table a couple times and that’s probably what it feels like. You get whiplash, all that stuff.
I like getting together with friends and just making fun of ourselves and stupid things I’ve done or I’ve seen them do – and good races we’ve had together. When I go home to California, I always talk to my go-kart friends about when we were racing at Red Bluff or Cycleland.
I seem to struggle when it comes to racing on road courses.
I feel the car, but I think with me and my background of dirt racing and stuff and not having pit stops, you just kind of ‘All right, this is how my car is handling, I’ve got to figure out how to drive it’ and then you get a feel of how you want it to feel.
Elk Grove will always be home.
I feel like I don’t hit the radio button ever – or not enough, even on the good stuff. I do shout some stuff when I’m mad at myself, but I’m pretty good about not hitting the radio button.
Everything about the compound there at Hendrick Motorsports just down the street is perfect. Everything down to the way they mow the lawn. It looks amazing.
I haven’t really done a whole lot of daring stuff. Like when I go snowboarding, I don’t go in the terrain park.
I like that, to possibly be the guy to make Chip Ganassi Racing a championship team year in and year out.
Treating others with respect matters.
I think I feel a car like anybody else can, but maybe what makes me different is that I race so much that I have experience racing with a lot of different crew chiefs. I’m really easy to get along with and me not knowing anything about a race car, I know to just let them do their job.
NASCAR is where I always wanted to be and I do believe I proved I can compete at the Cup level.
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.
It’s cool just to be competitive each week really.
Hendrick Motorsports has great, great people there and I’m very lucky to be a part of that team and surrounded by amazing people.
We wreck a few times a year, we’re not getting hit in the head as much as football players, but concussions still happen in our form of racing.
You don’t forget how to win.
In 2017, we won four races and we were a championship favorite. That’s something I’m really proud of and something I’m more proud of after spending a year at Hendrick.
All the stuff I learned off the track about what’s going on in the world made me a bigger and better person.
Hendrick Motorsports overall has a lot of great people and that gives you confidence that you can have a good season.
Now that I’m at Hendrick, it makes me appreciate my years I had at Ganassi even more. We did way more and accomplished way more than we probably should have compared to what resources Hendrick has.
I don’t know if any more people recognize me, now that I’m a champion. I went to Disneyland and only had a handful of people recognized me, which was cool.
Like any parent, they’ve been extremely supportive of my racing throughout my childhood. I mean, my mom says that she didn’t want me racing, but I think my dad and I both knew she wasn’t going to win that battle. She loves it more than anybody, so it’s neat to have the archives of all my old races.
I always root for the underdog.
I was having the time of my life racing, sprint cars and midgets and then dirt late models. I was doing stuff that I always wanted to do – maybe didn’t think I’d be doing it at 28 years old – but I did accept it.
When I was a kid, Jeff Gordon was invincible and I probably thought he was going to race the rest of his life.
I like country, and I like some classic rock, too.