Oh, that hilariously sarcastic Smoke.
Tony Stewart was wrapping up a brief media session on Friday at Bristol Motor Speedway when a reporter asked the driver if there was a specific point in Saturday's race when everyone would know whether or not Bristol's track changes worked.
Stewart, without missing a beat, immediately turned into Sarcastic Man, the superhero who fights reporters instead of crime.
"Oh, I have no doubt," he said. "It's going to be exactly on lap 236, is the lap where you're going to notice it. Not a lap before, not a lap after. It's exactly going to be on lap 236, I promise that."
No one else jumped in to ask a question after that, and Stewart shook his head.
"Rocket scientist here," he nodded toward the reporter.
Then he turned to walk into his hauler.
"Alright, I gotta go," he said. "I gotta do something productive now."