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American -- NASCAR just a few minutes ago -- -- -- brought to driver Ryan Newman from the Daytona International Speedway in our American icon series well.
She's burning more -- at the track and taking your next guest -- a couple of helmets at NASCAR media.
I have Ryan and his boss Tony Stewart he's done or Stewart Haas racing also does the number fourteen Office Depot Mobil one.
Chevrolet and you balls.
I'm a great boss who apparently not a day that.
Yeah I mean even you just had him a minute ago he should asking that question already yeah I was not gonna put him on the stuff that has never now I think -- a good boss.
I would like to think at least from -- side for sure because I understand everything that we do from the -- -- and I I see it that way also that.
I would like to think that -- pretty fair balls but you own not just -- -- raising your own.
Twelve other businesses and correct me if I'm wrong so how do you even juggle all of that how do you keep focused -- you not only and this weekend you're not only dropping.
In -- the Daytona 500 you're driving in the Nationwide Series as well tomorrow.
Well the biggest key when it comes all the businesses having good people right positions it's.
It's very easy to micromanage.
Doesn't matter how small or how big company but it's you know that's the one thing and one from Joseph Gibbs I mean I drove for a guy that won Super Bowl championship sanitary championships NASCAR championships.
You don't go to those three professional areas of sports and and be successful without doing it doing something right so it was.
Just what I got to learn from Joseph for twelve years -- -- in there at -- Joseph Gibbs racing was that you hire the right people to be the right jobs and and you let -- do their job he can't just turn him loose and let -- run -- but you trust those people you have to have people in those such key positions of trust.
-- NASCAR champion but she never won a 500.
Thanks for telling me how unpleasantness -- how did Barry -- you for you that your.
Mock you for your legacy for even your sponsors it it's big it's even bigger now obviously being at being a car owner I mean it's -- it's always been a goal when I became a NASCAR driver in the Nationwide Series.
That eventually I wanted to win a Daytona 500 but.
It's not that there's more pressure to do it now as an owner also bit.
If we get looking up to get myself for Ryan Newman in Victory Lane -- we're bringing Office Depot and then.
Mobile one and US army and tornadoes and -- Haas automation all these companies with us there.
And that is huge -- organization right now in this economy.
Good luck thank you B say is get the same -- here are appreciative and looking forward to it.
Two time champion Tony Stewart -- -- -- house race and -- -- again is yellow is much is is it true that every single pit crew no matter who your car is have somebody named rusty.
Working on it.
And but the no that's not -- just like there you know not everybody down south and uncle named Billy dean later the man of god Bobby -- once told me that is that everybody's got a recipe on their other pit crew -- a great job thanks very good thanks very much thank you --
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