“I wish Kyle (Bush) or Tyler (Redick) would play ‘Take This Job & Shove It’!” – Freddy Kraft and others can’t contain their laughter in Bristol NASCAR songs

Just like WWE wrestlers, NASCAR drivers have their intro songs as well, but only in Bristol. Obviously, the choice of Tyler Riddick in Bristol shocked the fans and caused them to burst into laughter. But it would be much funnier if Kyle Bush played it.

But you won’t believe what happened.

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In a recent episode of Door, Bumper, Clear! NASCAR watchers were discussing the songs of the intro and Bristol. Then someone pointed to the song Riddick played. “Have You Heard What Tyler Riddick’s Song Is? Beastie Boys – Sabotage”. Wow, Riddick, that was funny. Even another quorum said, “The timing couldn’t be better.” And he’s sure he’s not wrong, after all that happened at Richard Childress Racing.

However, another guest had an incredible suggestion for a song for the drivers, “I was hoping that Kyle[Busch] or Tyler [Reddick] You’ll be playing “Take This Job And Pay It” by Johnny Paycheck. That would be great. “,” Imagine if Kyle came out because that’s the first line of the song. ” There is clearly no calming down once you get to the songs. But it’s not a bad proposition, far from that actually. It would be funny to see that as an intro song.

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But what songs did the other drivers pick?

List of all driver’s intro songs at the 2022 Bristol Rally

Each driver had their own race song, and it all seemed like the songs that best reflected the personality of the driver on the track.

September 17, 2022; Bristol, Tennessee, USA; NASCAR Cup Series driver Daniel Suarez (99) drives Ross Chastain (1) and Martin Truex Jr. (19) during the Bass Pro Shops Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway. Mandatory credit: Randy Sartin-USA TODAY Sports

So, this is complete existing.

AJ Allmendinger – “Victory” by Fire From the Gods

Eric Almerola – “”Without Me” by Eminem

Christopher Bell – “Remember the Name” – for Fort Minor

Ryan Blaney – “Angel Band” by Tyler Childers

Alex Bowman – “Outlawz” by Terror Reid

Chase Briscoe – “The President” by James Brown

Chris Bucher – “Go to War” by Nothing More

Harrison Burton – Diddy’s “Bad Boy for Life”

Kyle Bush – “Risk Song” by Ritona 500

William Byron – “CHANT” McMallmore

Landon Castle – “High Hopes” by Banik at the Disco

Ross Chastain – “Watermelon Crawl”

Austin Cendrick – “Running to the Hills” by Iron Maiden

Cole Caster – “Top Gun Anthem” by Harold Faltermeyer

Austin Dillon – “Narcos” by Timmy Trump

Ty Dillon – “Next Episode” by Dr. Dre and Eminem

Chase Elliott – “Ride the Lightning (717 Tapes) by Warren Zeiders

Ty Gibbs – “All In” by Lil’ Baby

Todd Gilliland – “Father Stretching My Hand Pt. 1” by Yi

Justin Haley – “Summer Breeze” from Seals and Crofts

Denny Hamlin – “Hard Knock Life” by Andrea McArdle

Kevin Harvick – “The Old Man on the Road” by John Fogarty

Eric Jones – “It Should Have Been a Cowboy” by Toby Keith

Brad Keselowski – “The Rooster” by Alice in Chains

Cory Lagoy – “Highway to the Danger Zone” by Kenny Loggins

Kyle Larson – “Dirt Road Anthem” by Jason Aldean

Joey Logano – “Back to the Future Theme”

Michael McDowell – “Coming in Hot” by Lecrae and Andy Mineo

BJ McLeod – “Jiggle Jiggle” by Duke and Jones and Louis Theroux

Tyler Riddick – “Sabotage” by Beastie Boys

Ricky Stenhouse Jr – “Sold” by Hardy

Daniel Suarez – “I feel good” for Pitbull

Martin Truex Jr. – “Need a Boat” by Morgan Wallen

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Bubba Wallace – “A Long, Violent History” by Tyler Childers

Cody Ware – “25 Bands and A Geccco” by 100 Gecs

JJ Yili – “In the Air Tonight” by Phil Collins

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So, what is your favorite song? Let us know in the comments.

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