Growing up, I would say, when we were racing go-karts back in the day, it was always our uncle. We were always looking up to our uncle. I mean, he won the Daytona 500, he’s a very well-respected man, and we’ve always looked up to that.
I think our dad and our mom have always told us that in racing we’re a team, and we work together, and that’s how it’s always been, and I think that’s how it’s always going to be.
I think that when we were younger, the fact of knowing our uncle Derrike won the Daytona 500. We were racing go-karts then, and I think that really kind of motivated us.
This is so dumb – once time I spray-tanned before a race, and I didn’t shower, and I sweated the whole thing off on my car. It was so bad, I told a fan I would never do it again.
I take classes to be a mortician.
I am not only overwhelmed with excitement to be back in the seat but also to show my support to help raise awareness to end domestic violence and sexual assault by displaying the ‘No More’ symbol as I pilot the No. 24 car.
We have an online clothing boutique called Pink Candy Boutique that we manage in the midst of all of this, and trying to bring in different types of sponsors into NASCAR.