The Frontstretch: Top 10 Reasons Terry Cook Left the No. 46 Team by Doug Turnbull -- Wednesday May 5, 2010

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Top 10 Reasons Terry Cook Left the No. 46 Team

Doug Turnbull · Wednesday May 5, 2010


10. Missing seven races may have played a factor.

9. He is preemptively protesting the fall Phoenix race because of Arizona’s new immigration law.

As Terry Cook walked up to the Whitney Motorsports shop, he couldn’t help but notice the sinister, stone cold look in J.J. Yeley’s eyes.

8. A marketing exec had a “Cialis vs. ExtenZe” rookie ad campaign all planned out, but Terry couldn’t get paid enough money to bring himself to do it.

7. J.J. Yeley showed up at the Whitney Motorsports race shop packing heat.

6. Thought time would be better spent doing the books for Kyle Busch Motorsports.

5. After both of his cars DNQ’d last week at Richmond, Phil Parsons made Cook an offer he couldn’t refuse.

4. Cook has been watching Cup races on TV his whole life, and could never park the car in the garage fast enough to turn them on in time.

3. Had to run a whole 50 laps before parking, instead of the one-and-done performance he was used to in the Nationwide Series. What hard work!

2. Confidence as a driver shot after getting barely edged out by Kasey Kahne to replace Mark Martin at Hendrick Motorsports.

1. The fear of losing the Rookie of the Year title to Kevin Friggin’ Conway was stomach-turning.

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05/05/2010 10:16 AM

top 10, Terry Cook.
Got bored turning left.