The 12 Questions NASCAR Interviews: 2012 Edition

Cassill, Kvapil team up for doubleheader interview

Our final 12 Questions interview of the season is a doubleheader sit-down with BK Racing teammates Landon Cassill and Travis Kvapil.

Denny Hamlin: Don't call me, maybe

In a special edition of the 12 Questions, Denny Hamlin says he doesn't like talking on the phone, is often moody and why people mistake his shyness for cockiness.

Jamie McMurray overthinks everything

Jamie McMurray talks about a rival turned friend, the concept of racing to make a pit stop easier and why he worries himself to sleep.

Jeff Burton: Oops, I made a kid cry

In this week's 12 Questions interview, Jeff Burton talks about an awkward fan moment, why Twitter has 'changed the game' and reveals how he really won his first trophy.

Tony Stewart: I like my job!

Stewart has a surprising pick for who he thinks is the cleanest driver and mentions a couple questions he'd rather not hear anyone ask.

What makes Aric Almirola lose sleep at night?

The Richard Petty Motorsports driver talks about his new baby, why drivers race harder than ever and wonders what he'd do if he wasn't in NASCAR.

Cale Gale answers some questions (kind of)

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series rookie Cale Gale was the subject of our 12 Questions interview this week, but he didn't have a whole lot to say.

Justin Allgaier might be nervous to meet you

Turner Motorsports driver Justin Allgaier talks about the principle of racing hard, why he's sometimes nervous to meet people and wife Ashley's influence on his NASCAR career.

Johanna Long: Don't compare me to Danica, please

Johanna Long says she prefers people look at her as just a race car driver instead of a female race car driver – and says she wants nothing more than to be around a racetrack as much as possible.

Elliott Sadler just wants to eat dinner in peace

In this week's 12 Questions interview, Elliott Sadler talks about the best and worst teammates he's ever had – and when is the one time you shouldn't ask him for an autograph.

Greg Biffle: Why NASCAR racing is always exciting

In this week's 12 Questions interview, Greg Biffle says there's always something exciting happening on the track – even when there are no caution flags. Oh, and he also discusses the whole...

Kyle Petty Interview: On Bull-Riding, TMI From Fans And NASCAR's Decision-Making

Kyle Petty compares racing one driver to wrestling a bear, talks about his lack of embarrassment and why fans tell him, 'You're my biggest fan.'

Jeff Gordon Interview: 12 Questions With NASCAR's Four-Time Champ

In this week's edition of the 12 Questions, Jeff Gordon talks about his awful memory, that crazy Martinsville restart and why he hates the 'Drive For Five' slogan.

Ron Fellows Interview: How To Tell Whether Road-Course Wreck Is Intentional Or Not

Ron Fellows talks about Dale Earnhardt Sr.'s wish to race at Le Mans, why he's more likely to get spun at a road course than others and gives us a ride in a Corvette.

David Ragan Interview: If You Mess With Me, Expect Swift Revenge

David Ragan may be one of the nicest guys in NASCAR, but he's not about to get pushed around. In this week's 12 Questions, he talks about revenge, phone calls with fans and a nervous moment.

Austin Dillon Interview: 12 Questions With NASCAR Nationwide Series Rookie

Nationwide Series rookie Austin Dillon talks about how to gain and earn respect on the track, his cowboy hat and the time he witnessed some unfortunate public nudity.

Brian France Interview: NASCAR Chief Fields Our Weekly '12 Questions'

NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France fields 11 of our questions plus gets one, uh, interesting query from Brad Keselowski.

Brad Keselowski Interview: What Racing Hard Really Means

There's a difference between 'racing hard' and 'racing like an asshole,' the Penske Racing driver says in this week's 12 Questions interview.

Clint Bowyer Interview: 12 Questions With NASCAR Sonoma Race Winner

The Michael Waltrip Racing driver tells the wild story of his first-ever victory, talks about on-track retaliation and reveals the type of 'fans' who make him mad.

David Gilliland Interview: Sonoma NASCAR Race On Tap For California Native

Gilliland, the subject of this week's 12 Questions interview, returns to the track where he finished second in 2008.

Juan Pablo Montoya Interview: Don't Ask Me To Hold Your Baby

This week's 12 Questions interview shows if you don't flip Juan Pablo Montoya the bird or ask him to hold your baby, you should be able to get along with him just fine.

Matt Kenseth Interview: On The State Of NASCAR Racing, Twitter And 'Ums'

This year's Daytona 500 champion tries to make it through an interview without saying 'Um' too many times.

Parker Kligerman Interview: In NASCAR, Wins Are The Difference Between Having A Career And Not

The Brad Keselowski Racing driver from the Camping World Truck Series offers an idea to improve the sport and shares the story of an awkward fan encounter.

Mark Martin Interview: How NASCAR Racing Has Changed Since I Started

In this week's "12 Questions" interview, Mark Martin talks about his new on-track philosophy, why racing is like high school and what makes him nervous.

Kurt Busch Interview: 12 Questions With NASCAR's Real-Life Ricky Bobby

The Phoenix Racing driver talks about his 'good deeds' list and why second-place finishes might be more memorable than some wins.

Scott Speed Interview: 'Nervous Is Not Knowing The Result'

The ex-Formula One driver talks about forgiving a past rival, how he got his last name and an awkward fan story you won't soon forget.

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