Running Itself Is a Kind of Rhythm
Upon entering the NASCAR Chase for the Cup final fall, Darian Grubb wasn't fighting for his own occupation.  Weighing his racing experiences attempting to get over the .500 hump as Tony Stewart's crew leader, at the time the chase came around they hardly made it.  Grubb's job was already as good as gone.  Heads up at Stewart-Haas already started to roll. 

He was advised that he wasn't coming back after the 2012 NASCAR season and that his racing experiences with Tony Stewart were starting to place.  "It's 's still weird to me to the day to never know exactly what was happening and why the choice was made.  It wasn't any kind of mutual decision or anything like this.  I was told I wasn'will return for the 2012 season, so at the point I just started heading out there doing the best we can try to move forward and win the championship. " And he took it in stride and carried out one of the greatest comebacks auto racing experiences have ever noticed.

Input Denny Hamlin.   Disappointed with the end Hamlin offered this, "I think you need a season of getting your ass kicked," Hamlin said, "for people to awaken and realize that you know everything?   Kyle [Busch] won four races at a period [of the regular season, also Hamlin won one], but if the Chase started, we had been away from the start.  We were terrible. "

Now paired with Joe Gibbs Racing, the brand new pairing of Hamlin and Grubb reveals a whole lot of promise for brand new racing experiences, in fact it was Tony Stewart himself who advocated Grubb into Hamlin, his former teammate.  "Tony knows me fairly well and obviously Tony and Darian had a good deal of success.  So for Tony to say, 'I think this is something which 's going to be really good,' which 's great inspiration for me. " When asked about the duo, Stewart said, "Denny's a very technical man.  I'm the opposite of that.  I just get in the thing and drive it.  Denny will examine everything that's going on with the car and Darian's very good at that, so I think they'll be a better pair than I was with Darian.  The question is will Tony Stewart go to repent initiating the break-up and then playing matchmaker if Hamlin and Grubb wind up getting NASCAR's most-powerful.