NASCAR drivers Denny Hamlin and Kyle Larson joked about an episode that happened throughout the Vehicle Club four hundred on Sunday, however, perhaps not everybody else chose the joke nicely. The motorists submitted a movie of these re-enacting that a ruin they’d throughout the race that led to a societal network stir.
Throughout the race, Hamlin’s No. 1-1 automobile bumped into Larson’s No. 42 Chevrolet. The movement finally brought about Larson to hit on the walls with an adequate quantity drive and pressured him to pit so that his team would manage this damage resulting from the wall socket.
Larson ended up coming in 21st place, while Hamlin made the top 10 in the eighth.
Take a look at the original footage of the run-in:
Larson was not injured and the two friends clearly had no bad blood, since they were joking about the matter soon after.
The drivers took a trip to the grocery store together and decided to make light of what went down on Sunday. Here is their shopping aisle recreation of the crash:
Someone even put the commentary from the race over the grocery store remake.
What seemed to be all in good fun, was not so funny to Chip Ganassi, Larson’s team owner. Ganassi replied to the video saying he did not appreciate it and that it was in bad taste.
Many responded to Ganassi’s tweet agreeing with him that Hamlin was out of line. Hamlin, the 2020 Daytona 500 winner, did not respond to that tweet, but did reveal that he paid for the groceries, totaling $618, when the two made the trip.
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