SJ - July 11, 2020
Things got testy in the garage on Friday night in Kentucky between drivers Harrison Burton and Noah Gragson.
The two drivers threw hands after Gragson clipped Burton with just 13 of 200 laps remaining in the race. The move caused both cars to lose ground after making contact with the outside wall.
This wasn't the first time Gragson had cost Burton ground in a race and the two had words following the collision. Words eventually led to punches being thrown.
— NASCAR Xfinity (@NASCAR_Xfinity) July 11, 2020
I guess my man hasn't ever heard the expression, "rubbin's racin'" because from what I understand that's 100% true.
While some paint is traded during races I like my drivers throwing hands. It's the only thing besides terrifying wrecks that makes the sport worth watching.