Who Would You Rather Be, Jamie McMurray or Jeff Gordon?
For just about anyone else, sitting 13th in points as the season winds down would be a disappointment.
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#1 Oct 19, 2010
I would rather be the person who understands life and what is really important than the person in the begining years - wins or not. Jeff Gordon represents all that is important in life. If he never wins an other championship he will be remembered for many years. The best thing that has happened to him, in my opinion, is Ingrid and the kids. His smile simply tells it all!
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#2 Oct 20, 2010
I'd rather be myself but both these men have good reason to love their lives. They have recognition for their accomplishments, financial security and loving people in their lives. Everybody has their struggles but these two seem to be handling theirs quite well. They are both great role models for younger drivers to follow.
#3 Oct 20, 2010
I think I'd be J-Mac. At least he's winning races as of late, ohhh! But then again Jiffy Jeff doesn't cry when he wins races. I think I'm torn. This post makes me wanna cry. ;b
#4 Oct 20, 2010
I'll echo that. I'd much rather be me, but I'm sure both of these guys are happy with their lives too.
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