So I'm excited. I know we haven't shown it yet this year, but this team is ready to show it now. So I think that's the one thing is when you get yourself in this position, you want to show the world and our racing community, the ones that support us and the ones that didn't, that we belong here and there is a reason why we're in this thing.
Jeff, we hear a lot of stories in the garage area through the years. From your personal side of things, over 20-plus years of racing, have you ever been helped by a teammate? Has a teammate ever helped you? What is acceptable and what is not?
Absolutely. Absolutely, I've helped a teammate by either helping him at Talladega or helping him by - I mean, I'm trying to think in my mind thinking of a circumstance where somebody said move over for this person. I don't remember that, but I'm sure it has happened because honestly it hasn't been out of line, in my opinion. It's been sort of a this is what happens, especially in championships. If you're not in it, you see what you can do to help your teammate.
But you don't go cause a caution. You don't go wreck another guy out there to win the championship for them. There are certain lines, and I think that the lines have been, obviously, crossed in this situation.
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