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Top 10 NASCAR-inspired Chuck Norris-isms

March 10, 2014, Pat DeCola, NASCAR.com

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NASCAR.com pays tribute to the man, the myth, the legend -- Chuck Norris

All of us here at NASCAR.com wanted to wish a very happy 74th birthday to living legend Chuck Norris, because frankly, we're afraid of what he might do to us if we don't.

As you may recall, Norris' son Eric is a former NASCAR K&N Pro Series West champion (2002) and has run a total of 21 combined races between the Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series.

To celebrate this momentous occasion, the NASCAR.com staff has created a list of the Top 10 NASCAR-inspired Chuck Norris-isms. Feel free to submit some of your own down in the comments section, but keep them classy.

Because Chuck Norris is always watching.

Chuck Norris thought about a career driving in NASCAR but decided it'd be faster to run.

 

Turn 4 at Pocono Raceway once picked a fight with Chuck Norris. It lost.

 

Bill Elliott once turned a lap at Talladega Superspeedway of 212 mph, which is roughly the speed of a Chuck Norris roundhouse kick.

 

Most drivers wear fire suits. Chuck Norris wears a suit made of fire.

 

Crew chief Chad Knaus once tried to calculate the No. 48 Chevrolet's Chuck Norris Power, but you can't measure infinity.

 

Clint Bowyer spun out at Richmond last year because he thought he saw Chuck Norris.

 

The Monster Mile is intimidated by Chuck Norris.

 

Drivers don't have spotters to see other cars on the track. Drivers have spotters because of Chuck Norris.

Texas Motor Speedway was originally going to be called "Walker, Texas Ranger Speedway," but Chuck Norris didn't give his approval. Because Chuck Norris approves of nothing.

Chuck Norris once round-house-kicked his way out of The Big One.

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