@nascarcasm: Ways to remember 2022 Cup driver changes
By @nascarcasm | Monday, January 10, 2022
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New year, new season, new drivers and new teams. Keeping track of all the Silly Season movements can be daunting. That’s why we came up with these tips to help you remember who is going where!
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HOW TO REMEMBER: Remind yourself that both drivers known for throwing sizable objects to the ground are now teammates.
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HOW TO REMEMBER: The “CINDRIC” acronym: “Cindric Is Now Drivingfor Roger In Cup.” Yes, we know “Drivingfor” is a major cheat but when the acronym is that close to working, we cut corners instead of abandoning it. Work smarter, not harder.
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HOW TO REMEMBER: The “JACK” acronym: “Jack And Co-owner Keselowski.” It’s much easier than the “KESELOWSKI” acronym, which was “Keselowski, Enterprising Soul, Entering Long-term Ownership With…” – actually that’s as far as we got.
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HOW TO REMEMBER: Search “Xfinity Series drivers throwing hands on pit road in 2021” on YouTube. Watch one of the videos that comes back. Chances are they’re sharing this car.
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HOW TO REMEMBER: Harrison Burton is now driving a Ford. So Harrison, Ford. As in the actor. Now, did you know that in addition to being a famous actor, Harrison Ford is a self-taught carpenter? It’s true. Check Wikipedia. What do carpenters work with? Wood. So there you go. Harrison Ford, Wood. Pretty simple.
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HOW TO REMEMBER: He’s driving the No. 31. Use this simple rhyme: “AJ Allmendinger’s son is driving number thirty one.”
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HOW TO REMEMBER: Use whatever mnemonic device you came up with to remember that his dad was driving the No. 38 for Front Row Motorsports and replace “David” with “Todd.” We only have so much creativity.
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HOW TO REMEMBER: Just remember you can’t spell “Petty GMS” without “TY.”
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HOW TO REMEMBER: A simple rhyme: “Denny is close with many a Busch Brother — teammates with one and signs paychecks for the other.”