Q - Tell the Fans A little bit about who you are and where me and you met?
A - Wally Rogers Crew Chief Go Fas Racing, From Port Monmouth NJ, I have worked in NASCAR since 1995. Christian and I met at Camp 95 last year.
A -The Pressure and excitement of making the call at the most pivotal time of the race. Sitting behind a desk would be boring
A - I'd probably say Tim Richmond, the guy was like a Rockstar both on and off the track. I bet it would have been fun.
A - Ron Hornaday hands down . When Ron drove you knew he was getting all he could out of what you were giving him. We had such good chemistry and knew how to get the best out of one another every week.
A - In more that 20 years in NASCAR I've done all most all of them. I like being a crew chief for sure but I also like Fabrication, the ability to turn nothing into something is really cool.
A - They both have their negatives for sure but I would have to say fuel mileage
A - Bristol is my favorite for sure. It reminds me of a track back home called Wall Stadium where my Father was a champion in the 70's. Just good old fashioned short track racing
A - I'd probably say North Wilksboro, it was tough on Tires , took a lot of strategy on when to pit, physically demanding for the drivers because the tires fell off so fast.So basically it was tough on the crew the driver and the crew chief
A - I'd say overtime, the fans paid their money to see a race so they should get to see us race to the finish
A - NHRA Pro Stock . I've always been fascinated with the way all the guys/gals in the NHRA get the cars to go from a dead stop to 200+ mph
A - I think it would be a good idea not only from the information standpoint but for safety reasons
Q -Do you think NASCAR should continue to take more downforce away?
Now answer that question you just asked for yourself!
A - Yes I do think they should take more downforce away. It separates the men from the boys.