Things got HEATED after last night’s Xfinity Series race at Kentucky Speedway.
Harrison Burton and Noah Gragson collided in the final laps of the race, but that frustration boiled over afterwards, resulting in the two drivers throwing punches until they were separated.
Both drivers shared their thought on the fight with Fox’s Jamie Little:
“This has been two times since we’ve come back from the COVID-19 pandemic on restarts,” said Burton. “Same situation. We rallied all night to get our Supra into fourth place and then the No. 9 (AKA Gragson) happens to start in third and I don’t know if he forgets what race track we’re at or what, but both times puts us in the fence – Charlotte and now here.”
“We’re all racing hard. I mean, us teammates are beating and banging for the finishes at the end. I don’t really have a comment, haven’t really seen everything that happened.”
Noah finished the race in the 7th spot and Burton came in 12th.
Race winner also Austin Cindric shared his thoughts on the post-race fight.