They normally know more about what we’ve done than we know about what we’ve done.--- Tony Stewart There are female fans who take apart engines and will take you apart if you have a problem with that; who are drawn to the danger and mystery of the sport; who watch races on TV to witness pure passion and unscripted emotion; who love the camaraderie of these family-friendly festivals; who feel the nervous anxiety of the lip-biting wives atop the pit boxes. I’m sorry, I’m sorta talking to this other guy.” He said “That’s okay. I was together with my girlfriend for 7 years.” So me and the other guy dated for six months and ended up breaking up. My friend was like, “Why don’t you get that NASCAR driver who likes you to sponsor you in the pageant.” I said, “That’s a great idea!Female fans normally know more facts about what’s going on than men do anyway.
Jordan learned her dancing skills in tap, ballet and jazz classes throughout her childhood. When I had a sideline dance, I went over and danced in front of him. So I didn’t meet him really, we just made eye contact. Jordan and Denny live in Huntersville with their two dogs: Andy, a pit bull mix, and Missy, a Jack Russell terrier.When she didn’t make the freshman cheerleading squad, Jordan joined the dance team, performing routines at half time for basketball games. The fact that I met Denny through there - that is a special story. The next day, my girlfriend who was on the dance team called me. Jordan is close with Denny’s parents, Mary Lou and Dennis, and spends time with Mary Lou on most race weekends.--- Andrew Giangola “The Weekend Starts on Wednesday” When Jordan Fish locked eyes with Denny Hamlin across a basketball court, she had never been to a NASCAR race or even watched one on television. (Later) I was doing the Miss South Carolina USA pageant. ” So I called him and said “Would you want to sponsor me? ” I said, So that’s what we did, we went to dinner. And so then he runs in the house and gets me a check for my sponsorship - it was so sweet.She was just doing her job, performing a sideline dance for the Charlotte Bobcats. 27, 1987 and raised near Charlotte in Fort Mill, South Carolina. I had such a good time with him that I didn’t even care if I got the sponsorship money at that point. We were inseparable for about two weeks straight before I went to school. I remember him asking me to be his girlfriend the day before I left for college. I was driving back and forth every weekend, 3-4 hour drive each time.
Dance was a constant in Jordan’s life from the time she was a preschooler, so it’s fitting that it played a role in meeting her sweetheart years later. Her parents divorced when she and her sister, Linsey, were very young. The only time I could see him was on the weekend and that’s when he was working.
Each parent remarried, and then divorced again, so Jordan has what she calls “a very blended family.” In addition to Linsey, she has a half-sister and half-brother, and she remains close with both parents, her siblings and extended family. We broke up a couple times because it was way too hard.