Sunday's inaugural NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park was rather tame throughout the day, but it certainly didn't end that way. In fact, late race antics and disagreements led to one of the most bizarre post-race scenes in NASCAR history.
Here at Shake and Bake, we thought UFC 165 had just broken out and the fight card looked a little like this:
Ty Dillon vs. Chase Elliott
Dillon led the most laps (25) Sunday and held a two truck length lead over Elliott coming to the white flag, but concern over fuel mileage would impede his progress. The slight fuel hiccup allowed Elliott to pull side-by-side with Dillon coming down Mario Andretti Straight and through turns eight and nine, setting up a dramatic final turn.
Elliott plowed into Dillon's truck and went on to score his first career NASCAR Trucks victory. The contact sent Dillon hard into the outside tire barriers, relegating him to a 17th place finish.
After the race, Dillon confronted Elliott to express his displeasure. No punches were thrown, but it's safe to say that no love was lost.
James Buescher vs. German Quiroga
Once a driver straps on his/her helmet and buckles in, they can often become very narrow-minded. That about sums up Quiroga's day at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park.Keep Reading...