Daniel Vuncannon and Jonathan Findley via _grosssssssss Twitter

Jonathan Findley and Daniel Vuncannon got into a fist fight on pit road after Vuncannon wrecked them both during the Thanksgiving Classic at Southern National Motorsports Park on Sunday.

Daniel Vuncannon, Jonathan Findley, and Charlie Watson via grosssssssss

Coming off the turn and onto the straightaway Vuncannon drove his car up the track and right into Findley and into the wall.

RELATED: Former NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Champion Ryan Preece Lands Full Time NASCAR Cup Ride With Stewart-Haas Racing

Following the wreck, Findley was hot and justifiably so. He took out his frustration on Hickory Motor Speedway regular Charlie Watson smacking the top of his hood as he passed him by on the track.

As he made his way back down the pit road he confronted Vuncannon and some strong language went back and forth between the two. Vuncannon then threw the first shot to Findley’s jaw. Findley’s grandfather then attempts to intervene throwing a punch to Vuncannon’s face.

Daniel Vuncannon and Jonathan Findley via _grosssssssss

Vuncannon then faces off against the grandfather and throws a haymaker to the top of his head. After receiving the blow he appears to fall face down on the pavement. Findley then jumps in and pile drives Vuncannon to the asphalt. A couple of blows are exchanged on the ground before team members separate the two drivers.

After the two are separated Findley is escorted down the pit road back to his hauler.

RELATED: WATCH: Doug Barnes Jr. Gets Driver Side Door Torn Off While Leading Fall Brawl 2022 At Hickory Motor Speedway

JR Motorsports driver Josh Berry, who won the race last year, went on to claim victory and the $50,000 prize money. The win was his 100th for the organization.

Josh Berry via Southern National Motorsports Park Facebook

He told Racing America just how special it was especially since he got to pilot the car with a throwback paint scheme to Dale Earnhardt Sr.’s 1998 Winston Cup All Star Race scheme.

Berry said, “We’ve done throwback races with LW (Miller) and the Mom N Pops paint scheme but I never thought I would race the 3. You know, that was Dale’s number and that was a personal thing with the family and I just didn’t know that I would even want to.”

“But with Johnny Morris and Bass Pro jumping on board this year, and with our Xfinity team a little next year too, and being asked to drive it, how could I not? And to take it to Victory Lane, it was really special,” he added.

Josh Berry via Southern National Motorsports Park Facebook

As for Vuncannon and Findley, they finished 26th and 27th out of a 31 car field.

Here’s the official results:

  1. Josh Berry
  2. Jared Fryar
  3. Kaden Honeycutt
  4. Deac McCaskill
  5. Matt McCall
  6. Carson Kvapil
  7. Carter Langely
  8. Conner Jones
  9. Justin Johnson
  10. Chase Burrow
  11. Jeb Burton
  12. Mason Bailey
  13. Charlie Watson
  14. Stacy Puryear
  15. Jody Measmer
  16. Brenden Queen
  17. Connor Mosack
  18. Austin Somero
  19. Tristan McKee
  20. Clay Jones
  21. Dean Shiflett
  22. Dylan Newsome
  23. Doug Barnes
  24. Logan Clark
  25. Connor Hall
  26. Daniel Vulcannon
  27. Jonathan Findley
  28. Kade Brown
  29. Andrew Grady
  30. Ryan Wilson
  31. Michael Hardin

What do you make of the fight between Findley and Vuncannon?

NEXT: NASCAR Executive Explains New Manufacturers Aren’t Joining The Sport Due To Emphasis On Electric, Hybrid, And Hydrogen Vehicles

More about: