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Top Ten Pre-Race Rituals for Chasers Other Than Tony Stewart

Frontstretch Staff · Wednesday September 19, 2012

 

10. Jeff Gordon: Burns an effigy of the creator of The Chase. After all, if not for him, he’d have five, maybe six Championships.

Two words: rally beard.

9. Kyle Busch: Something different than he had been doing before the Chase, obviously.

8. Martin Truex, Jr.: Nothing really as he keeps forgetting that he’s actually IN the Chase.

7. Brad Keselowski: Tweets a picture of the Sprint Cup Series trophy before each race. Also, turns on blender extra early.

6. Kevin Harvick: Wrestles DeLana for use of the firesuit.

5. Kasey Kahne: Sticks needles in his Jimmie Johnson Voodoo doll.

4. Matt Kenseth: Tapes a little book of “bridge burning matches” to his dash with a note saying “Don’t use until November.”

3. Greg Biffle: Throws a sub at his crew chief.

2. Clint Bowyer: Drinks a toast to “the old girl” with 5-hour Energy and sings her a karaoke love song.

1. Denny Hamlin: Listens to his “How to get in someone’s head for real this time” tapes and attempts to steal Jimmie Johnson’s lucky horseshoe.

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