Best GIFs of 2019, Part 2: Victory celebrations
By Steve Luvender | Monday, December 9, 2019
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While the 2019 season is still fresh in our minds, we're counting down the victory celebrations that brought us the best GIFs throughout the year.
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Maybe the next time Brad Keselowski wins a race he’ll celebrate with another sponsor to avoid embarrassment. He’ll raise a Reese trailer mount or something.
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Outsourcing chores to your kids. Smart.
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When you win the Daytona 500, you can do pretty much any combination of arm gestures you’d like.
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You consumed very little of that Monster, Kyle.
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The whole family got in on the celebration for eNASCAR champ Zack Novak.
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Muscle memory from hoisting 200 checkered flags spells trouble when it’s time to wave a banner 10 times the normal size.
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It’s not every day the race-winning driver does a special burnout celebration in front of his spotter, who’s also his father, who’s known for being awesome.
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Perfectly executed high-five with the grin to match.
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It’s so much better in slow motion. Just needs some feel-good dramatic music in the background.
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“Did I do that?”
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The response to “what’d you get at the store?” when my wife asks me to run out for an errand.
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Doing a winner’s burnout at the very spot where you crashed earlier in the race is some sort of power move on another level.
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Scenes from Black Friday shopping.
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Kyle Larson’s steering-wheel-less burnout is even more impressive when you remember it happened at Dover, where you can barely do any burnout without hitting two walls.
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It’s December and Chris Gabehart is probably still trying to remove Gatorade from his ear canal.
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They say names are made in the Xfinity Series. The name made for Driver No. 00 at Kentucky Speedway was Cole Klutz-er. (Yeah, that was bad.)
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Katelyn Larson’s post-Kyle-victory beer-chug was followed by a repeat performance at the NASCAR Awards banquet in Nashville.
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Tired: Walking to Victory Lane. Wired: The guy who gets paid to drive the car picking you up to ride there in style.
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Chase Elliott’s victory celebration at the Charlotte Roval was so good it made two GIFs. We’ll spare him from when he jumped off the car and it backed unmanned into the wall because this shot was too cool.