Thirty Two Signs Honey Badger Of The Week Award: Ryan Newman

Thanks to Randall and his glorious YouTube classic, we all know this, “Honey Badger don’t care.”

We know from Randall that: “Honey Badger don’t care, it just takes what he wants. He has no regard for any other animal whatsoever.”

No regard whatsoever was a good description to place on Sprint Cup Series driver Ryan Newman when he competed in last Saturday’s Whelen Modified Tour Town Fair Tire 100 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

On a lap 79 restart, Newman (you know, one of the best 43 drivers in the world), tried to drive through Bobby Santos III, then got out of the way and let the cars pile up around him.

“The Honey Badger is just crazy,” Randall tells us and Newman showed a little crazy of his own Saturday. According to a TV report Newman told his team he was unsure of the restart procedure.

Unsure of the restart procedure? Isn’t the typical restart procedure, don’t drive through the car in front of you? Maybe this is why Tony Stewart had to let him go?

Have a Honey Badger of the Week Award nomination? Then feel free to send it to us for consideration. Send an e-mail after race weekends to racedayct@gmail.com with the subject line “Honey Badger Award Nomination”

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  1. CJ says:

    Still hating on Newman, shawn? Love to hate people with talent…. Why don’t you report something people want to hear about?

  2. “CJ”,

    I’d put more stock in your comment if you weren’t afraid to put a real name on it. Was there anything in that story that didn’t actually happen?

  3. Gene Clark says:

    Newman needs to get out of the modifieds all he does is ruin races.

  4. Rich says:

    That’s reporting I wanted to hear about. I was sitting right in front of where the crash happened and didn’t even know it was Newman who started it, until now.

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