The Frontstretch: Top Ten Rejected Carl Edwards Victory Celebration Techniques by Mistie Bibbee -- Tuesday March 22, 2005

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Top Ten Rejected Carl Edwards Victory Celebration Techniques

Mistie Bibbee · Tuesday March 22, 2005


10. Donuts…not with the car, Krispy Kremes

9. Mooning the competition. Apparently, someone thought it was unsportsmanlike.

8. Belly dancing on the roof of his car

7. Hiring a marching band to follow him around playing “Hail to the Chief”.

6. His crew chief quickly banned the pointing out all the illegal parts on his car while chanting “Naenaenebooboo- you didn’t catch this” at the NASCAR officials.

5. A tattoo in victory lane to celebrate each victory was deemed too time consuming.

4. Parking the car at the start finish line and moon walking to victory lane.

3. Attempting to chug a gallon of milk to see if he can do it without getting sick.

2. Singing his own karaoke version of Copacabana in to the track PA system.

1. The 500 mile victory lap. Backwards.

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