Brett Moffitt lost his job, and no one should care. Spare me the pity party. He got to race a truck for a year and he won a championship. I hope he enjoyed it because the dream is over. NASCAR has never been about just being a good race car driver. The driver has to wear many hats, and I am not talking about taking picture in an M&M hat, then an interstate battery hat, then a JGR hat. NASCAR drivers were the original mechanics. They were the truck drivers. They were the marketing teams. They were the purchasers. They answered the phone calls. Drivers are spoiled now. Drive the car and secure money. If you can't do it, then too bad. If you don't want to do it, then too bad. ABC - Always Be Closing. NASCAR drivers need to work the phones and close the deals. You got leads. Mitch and Murray paid good money, get their names to sell them; you can't close the leads you're given, you can't close sh*t. You ARE sh*t! Hit the bricks, pal, and beat it 'cause you are going OUT! - The leads are weak. - The leads are weak? F**king leads are weak. You're weak! I've been in this business 15 years... -What's your name? - F*ck you! That's my name!
edit - it's Hattori racing, not Obaika.
Well I hope no one is surprised by this because this is how it works... you have a better chance of getting a ride with a marketing degree over 100 championships and 10,000 wins.. https://t.co/udJUP2WaPL— Josh Williams (@Josh6williams) December 5, 2018
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