SONOMA, Calif. — Carl Edwards misses a people, and he misses removing behind a circle spasmodic when a NASCAR Cup Series goes to one of his favorite tracks. But he doesn’t sound like an contestant who feels he’s blank out given his sudden proclamation in Jan to desert a driver’s seat.
Edwards, during Sonoma Raceway to perform a unite joining Saturday, had not even been to a racetrack for during slightest 3 months and pronounced he has not watched most racing since he doesn’t watch most television.
The former Joe Gibbs Racing motorist pronounced he had to be briefed before to articulate to a media about a conjecture of either he could reinstate Dale Earnhardt Jr. during Hendrick Motorsports, or presumably join another classification for a lapse in 2018.
“I haven’t talked to anyone and we haven’t even deliberate entrance back,” Edwards said. “Not right now. It’s flattering transparent if we feel like we unequivocally wish to do something, afterwards we would do it.
“But like we pronounced in January, we would speak to Coach [Gibbs] initial and we haven’t had any conversations about that.”
Edwards, 37, has worked on his farm, left sailing and also went to Hawaii. He seemed calm in his preference when vocalization to reporters only after a start of a season, and he pronounced he hasn’t had a titillate to lapse to life as a Cup motorist after spending 13 years on a circuit with 28 victories and a integrate near-miss opportunities during winning a championship.
Edwards pronounced he recently wrote Gibbs a letter, thanking him for a event to competition and also to step divided when he wanted to quit.
“I’m substantially happier and some-more calm [than in March],” Edwards said. “You know how change is. You make a change, and there always is good and bad and there’s uneasiness. But, man, I’m enjoying life, and it’s good.”
Edwards does stay in hold with people in racing, including crony Steve Arpin, who competes in Global Rallycross, where racers do a array of jumps as they competition on a prepared course.
“That would be something that would be unequivocally fun, to only go maybe do a exam or something like that. … [But] no plans,” Edwards said.
He quizzed reporters on what is going on in a sport.
“Kyle Larson, is he heading a points?” Edwards said. “That’s flattering cool. That’s neat to see a man that apparently has a talent and was means to go out there and get things done.”