Not bitter at all, just realistic, Jeremy has burnt more than a few bridges and now that he has been in racing for almost ten years with very little to show, his window of opportunity is just about up. Sponsors are pushing for the young, good looking spokesperson as well as a driver, Jeremy does not cut the spokesperson image because he is not all that talented behind a mike, he is also about at the age limit that the good teams are looking for when it comes to drivers, ask Kenny Wallace, Robbie Gordon, and Mike Skinner, as well as Joe Nemecheck and all three of the Green brothers.old bars man
you sound very bitter, very bitter.
Are you the man yous was talkin 'bout?
Today's top of the line teams are looking to the Formula 1 concept of younger drivers comming in from very early contractual connections such signing at under 18 and being developed by the team.
Jeremy does have an option that will most likely become a very large part of the larger NASCAR teams and that is being a full time test driver for a team.
As far as being angry, again I only make these statements based on his options with the #02,#98,#37,#19 and now the #70, none of which turned out very well. Going semi public about Ray Evernham and his personal relation with the female driver did not help Jeremy as far as a career choice.