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    [VIDEO] Violence Erupts Between Drivers at NASCAR Track

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    Saturday, during a NASCAR Roots race at Martinsville Speedway, one driver’s anger erupted, resulting in a violent fight.

    According to WGHP-TV, the altercation occurred during a qualifying heat for the ValleyStar Credit Union 300, which is a NASCAR Roots race, meaning it is among the stock car races sanctioned by NASCAR.

    The race was won by Peyton Sellers, according to Fox News.

    According to Racing News, the scene was set at the conclusion of the race when a vehicle piloted by Andrew Grady collided with the wall. Following the collision, he pointed his finger at Davey Callihan as his car passed by.

    This created the stage for a clash when Callihan entered the infield.

    Grady stated that he first intended to speak, but changed his mind after Callihan ignored him.

    Grady was shown on video hitting Callihan many times while Callihan was restrained in the truck.

    Grady at one point sought to seize Callihan’s suit in order to extract him.

    As crew members approached to separate the two, he kicked the driver-side door of Callihan’s car before ending his outburst.

    Grady later clarified his position.

    “He flipped me off, so I started Mike Tysoning his head. End of the day, we were really, really good. Car was fast. But you get these dumba**es that come in here and run with us and they have no business running a late model much less a lawn mower,” he said.

    “He wasn’t close. He dive-bombed me. He hooked me. He wrecked Brandon Pierce in the process. I wanted to talk to him but he flipped me off. So, I started Mike Tysoning his head. I mean, you’re in a big boy sport when you wreck a man, you can take a grown man a** whooping. That’s how I feel,” he said.

    More on this story via The Western Journal:

    Callihan denied flipping off Grady.

    “It was for a transfer position for Martinsville. From my perspective, I was there. It was definitely close,” he said. “But you can’t give an inch for the transfer spot when there’s 95 cars and I had to take it.” CONTINUE READING…

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