We’re taking a bit of a detour from the regular winners’ circle chat to explore some NASCAR drivers who, for various reasons, have as many haters out there in the stands as they do fans. Whether due to their on-track antics, off-track personalities, or just plain bad luck, these drivers have earned their spots on our list. Let’s buckle up and dive right in!
NASCAR veterans Tony Stewart and Brad Keselowski have expressed their concerns over the increasing trend of young drivers entering the sport at an incredibly early age.
Like gladiators of old locked in a colosseum showdown, NASCAR drivers often find themselves engaged in heated confrontations, turning the race track into their own personal battlefield. While we all appreciate the harmonious ballet of well-executed pit stops and the poetic grace of a perfectly timed pass, let’s not kid ourselves: the rivalries are what give the sport its edge.
Bubba Wallace revealed in a pre-race media scrum that drivers were informed that NASCAR “is an entertainment business.” He also shared his opinion that the Bristol Dirt Race is a gimmick and it’s time to leave it behind.
Kyle Larson didn’t mince words when he assessed the quality of the NASCAR Cup Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Sunday.
Brad Keselowski reacted to NASCAR suspending Bubba Wallace for one race after he intentionally wrecked Kyle Larson during the South Point 400 at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Kevin Harvick and Denny Hamlin expressed their displeasure towards NASCAR after the driver of the No. 48 Chevrolet for Hendrick Motorsports, Alex Bowman, announced he is suffering “concussion-like symptoms” following a wreck at Texas Motor Speedway.
Brad Keselowski, the driver of the No. 6 RFK Racing Ford Mustang and part owner of RFK Racing, expressed his desire to have NASCAR dole out more penalties in order to put a stop to all the shenanigans that have been happening in the garage area for years.
Brad Keselowski the driver of the #6 Mustang for RFK Racing commented on his heavy contact with Austin Dillon, the driver of the #3 Camaro for Richard Childress Racing, following the end of the Ambetter 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.