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Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Kyle Busch threw down on the monitor and off at NASCAR All-Star Race

Sunday night was NASCAR’s All-Star Race, held for the second season in a row at historic North Wilkesboro Speedway. Joey Logano won the non-points event in dominant fashion, started from pole position and led all but one of the race’s 200 laps. It’s the most laps any driver has led in NASCAR’s All-Star Race. But

Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Kyle Busch threw down on the monitor and off at NASCAR All-Star Race

Sunday evening was NASCAR’s All-Star Race, held for the second season in a row at historic North Wilkesboro Speedway. Joey Logano gained the non-points occasion in dominant trend, began from pole place and led all however one of many race’s 200 laps. It’s probably the most laps any driver has led in NASCAR’s All-Star Race.

However that’s not the subject of dialog this Monday.

As an alternative, the principle characters are Kyle Busch and Ricky Stenhouse Jr., who traded paint within the early levels of the race, and a few fists in a post-race fracas.

It began on simply the second lap of the race, when Stenhouse received to the within of Busch. With Michael McDowell on the within of Stenhouse, the vehicles had been three vast on the tight, brief North Wilkesboro Speedway, and Busch ended up squeezed into the wall for a second.

As the printed workforce on FOX Sports activities famous that Busch was “not going to be blissful about that,” it didn’t take lengthy for the driving force to strike again:

Busch nudges Stenhouse within the left-rear quarter panel, sending Stenhouse off the road, and into the wall.

His All-Star Race was over, virtually proper after it started.

Stenhouse’s frustration was evident virtually instantly, as he parked his #47 Chevy in Busch’s pit stall field, and went to have what we are able to solely assume was a pleasant chat with Randall Burnett, Busch’s crew chief:

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unbelievable degree of petty right here from Stenhouse – wreck me out, I am going to go away my wreck in your pit field to speak to your crew chief pic.twitter.com/pGJmNw9wE3

— CJ Fogler account could or will not be notable (@cjzero) May 20, 2024

Stenhouse then chatted with FOX Sports activities reporter Jamie Little, and made a reference to a 2011 incident between Busch and Richard Childress, his present workforce proprietor, on the STP 400. Back then the 65-year-old Childress approached the 26-year-old Busch within the storage space after the race, took off his watch, punched Busch within the face after which put him in a headlock.

Talking with Little, Stenhouse informed the FOX Sports activities reporter “[m]aybe Richard will maintain my watch after the race:”

Finally the race ended, and because the youngsters prefer to say, it was “on sight:”

Stenhouse was ready for Busch to elucidate his facet of issues, saying “I didn’t contact you” to Busch. After imploring Busch to “return and watch it,” Stenhouse threw a tough proper on the driver, which can or could not have linked. Issues escalated even additional when Ricky Stenhouse Sr. went after Busch.

Stenhouse Jr. is heard on video saying, “Dad. Get my dad.”

That’s when crew members jumped in to kind issues out, and shortly order was restored.

Right here’s one other angle of it:

For these questioning, NASCAR is again in motion this weekend with the Coca-Cola 600 in Charlotte.

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Maybe everybody may have calmed down by then.

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