Bubba Wallace took the blame for a late race accident that ended the race at Talladega and saw him end the day with a 28th place finish.
Ahead of the NASCAR Cup Series race at Martinsville Speedway last weekend, Kyle Busch bluntly described the late race cautions that NASCAR has now become known for as a “complete s**tshot.”
Kevin Harvick, the driver of the No. 4 Stewart-Haas Ford Mustang, recently addressed NASCAR’s declining TV ratings while also bluntly claiming that the ratings increase when Chase Elliott is in the field.
Chase Elliott brought home his No. 9 NAPA Chevrolet Camaro in tenth place in his first race back since suffering a broken leg during a snowboarding accident in early March.
Denny Hamlin expressed some disappointment and frustration following his fourth place finish at Martinsville and a dominant car during the beginning of the Third Stage of the race.
NASCAR analyst Kenny Wallace called out NASCAR for ignoring its actual fans in favor of chasing of a younger demographic.
NASCAR issued an indefinite suspension to Cody Ware, the driver of the No. 51 Rick Ware Racing Ford Mustang, after he was arrested for “assault by strangulation.”
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.
Chase Briscoe made it abundantly clear he expects Ryan Blaney to pay him back after he punted Blaney on the final restart at Sunday night’s race at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Kyle Larson shared his thoughts after multiple clashes with Ryan Preece during Sunday night’s race at Bristol Motor Speedway on the dirt.