"I Was Hoping That Kyle (Busch) or Tyler (Reddick) Would Play 'Take This Job & Shove It'!"  - Freddie Kraft & Others Can't Contain Their Laughter at Bristol NASCAR Walkout Songs

“I Was Hoping That Kyle (Busch) or Tyler (Reddick) Would Play ‘Take This Job & Shove It’!” – Freddie Kraft & Others Can’t Contain Their Laughter at Bristol NASCAR Walkout Songs

Much like WWE wrestlers, NASCAR drivers have their intro songs, too, but only at Bristol. And Tyler Reddick’s choice at Bristol clearly shocked the crowd and made them burst into laughter. But it would have been funnier if Kyle Busch played it.

But you will not believe what happened.

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In a recent episode of Door, Bumper, Clear! The NASCAR spotters were discussing the intro songs and Bristol. And then someone pointed out the song Reddick played. “Did you hear what Tyler Reddick’s song was? Beastie Boys – Sabotage.” Wow, Reddick, that was hilarious. Another spotter even said, “The timing couldn’t have been better.” and he sure isn’t wrong, after everything that happened at Richard Childress Racing.

However, another one of the guests had an incredible suggestion song suggestion for the drivers, “I was hoping that Kyle[Busch] golden tyler [Reddick] would play ‘Take this job and shove it’ by Johnny Paycheck. That would have been amazing.”, “Imagine if Kyle came out because that’s the first line of the song.” Clearly, there is no cooling off once you get to the songs. But it isn’t a bad suggestion, far from it actually. It would be pretty hilarious to see that as an intro song.

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But what songs did other drivers choose?

A list of all the driver intro songs at the 2022 Bristol race

Every driver had their own song for the race, and they all seem like songs that reflect the driver’s personality on track the best.

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

So, here’s the entire list.

AJ Allmendinger — “Victory” by Fire From the Gods

Aric Almirola — “Without Me” by Eminem

Christopher Bell — “Remember the Name” — by Fort Minor

Ryan Blaney — “Angel Band” by Tyler Childers

Alex Bowman — “Outlawz” by Terror Reid

Chase Briscoe — “The Boss” by James Brown

Chris Buescher — “Go to War” by Nothing More

Harrison Burton — “Bad Boy for Life” by Diddy

Kyle Busch — “Rowdy Song” by Raytona 500

William Byron — “CHANT” by Macklemore

Landon Cassill — “High Hopes” by Panic at the Disco

Ross Chastain — “Watermelon Crawl”

Austin Cindric — “Run to the Hills” by Iron Maiden

Cole Custer — “Top Gun Anthem” by Harold Faltermeyer

Austin Dillon — “Narcos” by Timmy Trumpet

Ty Dillon — “The 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 Stretch My Hands Pt. 1” by Ye

Justin Haley — “Summer Breeze” by Seals and Crofts

Denny Hamlin — “Hard Knock Life” by Andrea McArdle

Kevin Harvick — “The Old Man Down the Road” by John Fogarty

Erik Jones — “Should’ve Been a Cowboy” by Toby Keith

Brad Keselowski — “Rooster” by Alice in Chains

Corey LaJoie — “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 Reddick — “Sabotage” by Beastie Boys

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. — “Sold Out” by HARDY

Daniel Suarez — “I Feel Good” by PitBull

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

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Bubba Wallace — “Long Violent History” by Tyler Childers

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

JJ Yeley — “In the Air Tonight” by Phil Collins

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

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