Joe Cotton Ford on why he’s retiring from NASCAR

Joe Cotton is retiring from the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and moving on to bigger and better things.

He told HuffPost that he’s not leaving because he wants to get back to racing, but rather because he needs to find a job.

He said he doesn’t want to make excuses, but wants to focus on being successful in his new field.

Cotton has a long and storied career in the NASCAR ranks, winning three NASCAR championships, including the 2008 championship.

But he also has a troubled past in racing, including a DUI conviction, and he has been in and out of jail, having been arrested on a DUI charge in 2017.

He said he’s decided to make the move because of the negative publicity he’s received in recent years.

He says the negative press has impacted his life.

He says he’s done everything possible to be a good person.

I want to move on.

I think that’s what people are looking for, that someone that’s not trying to get away with things, but is willing to take the steps to make sure that they get the right outcome.

He added that he believes the best way to get that outcome is to focus solely on racing.

He plans to make a decision about his next race with the team in 2019, but he said he is not sure when that decision will be made.

Cypress Racing, which owns Cotton, released a statement on Tuesday saying the team will continue to operate under the Cotton banner.

The statement said that Cotton and the team have worked very hard together over the years to ensure Cotton has the best experience for the next step in his career.

Cody will now continue to be part of Cypress Racing and help manage the team and its drivers, according to the statement.

He also plans to focus his time on growing his family.

He has been married for 13 years to Lauren D. Cotton.

She will become the wife of Joe Cotton’s two sons.

Joe Cotton said his family has been supportive of his decision.

He will now focus on helping the family get through a difficult time together.

I can’t wait to start a new chapter in my life and begin my next chapter in racing.