To Tony Schumacher, words matter. He uses a lot of them, the talkative seven-time NHRA Top Fuel champion. But each one of them has a special significance, just like each one of the 72 Wally trophies that decorate his home in the Chicago suburb of Long Grove. Take, for instance, the word “problem.” In Tony Schumacher’s fantasy dictionary, it wouldn’t even be in there. He would leaf through the pages and jump straight from “probity” to “pro bono.” The word “problem” simply wouldn’t exist.