Resolutions: A Few Related to Racing
For 2012, I was going to resolve to do a better job of meeting deadlines, but in the biggest twist of irony ever, I missed the deadline for my New Year’s resolutions column.
So, now that I have some time to reflect on my initial failing, here are my New Year’s resolutions for 2012 for other people. I think I have already proven that I am incapable of improvement.
Kevin Harvick should resolve to park his car somewhere other than pit road after having a run-in with other drivers.
Kurt Busch should resolve to look for kids with cellphones pointed in his direction before he starts ranting. Or, you know, don’t start ranting.
The state of Kentucky should resolve to learn how to direct
The state of Virginia should resolve to learn how to turn off stoplights during special events. Have any of you ever been to Martinsville?
Tony Stewart should resolve not to fire anyone in 2012. You’re welcome, Ryan Newman.
Kyle Busch should resolve to, um, just stop being Kyle Busch.
Kasey Kahne should resolve to stay away from Twitter. And mothers of young children.
Richard Childress should resolve to punch Kyle Busch in the face should the opportunity present itself again.
Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick, Kasey Kahne, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Tony Stewart, Jimmie Johnson, Carl Edwards and anyone else with a NASCAR license should resolve to be at Rockingham Speedway on April 15 to run the Truck Series race.
Any race fan should resolve to come to that race.
Kyle Busch should resolve to stay away from Ron Hornaday during that race. Or not. It could make it more interesting.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. should resolve to get rid of that baby mullet.
Jack Roush should resolve to find a sponsor so that Stenhouse can go Cup racing in 2012.
David Ragan should resolve to restart whatever voodoo that kept him in that No. 6 car as long as it did because now that all the moves have shaken out, he is without a ride.
Happy New Year, everybody. Go to a race this year.
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