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"I have Mike Tysonné his head": violent fight between two Nascar pilots after a fishtail

2022-09-25T11:10:11.139Z

The tone rose in Virginia, during a Nascar Roots car championship event, between two American drivers.



Ah the Nascar, its speed, its spectacle, its accidents and its... fights.

During a race counting for a regional championship in Virginia of these famous stock cars, the tone is particularly raised between two American pilots.

The origin: a driving maneuver by Davey Callihan which would have caused his fellow driver Andrew Grady to make a mistake during a qualifying round.

The latter, quite upset, says: “He was not even close to me.

He dived inside and hooked me.

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After the race, Grady approaches the car to ask Callihan for an explanation.

And would have received, according to his words, for simple justification a finger of honor.

From pissed off, Grady goes to pissed off.

He then threw himself on the cockpit in which the other pilot was still and dealt him a series of extremely violent blows, before kicking the door.

A third person is even forced to restrain Grady.

We've got tempers boiling over at @MartinsvilleSwy



Andrew Grady takes out his frustration on Davey Callihan after an accident in Heat 1@FloRacing pic.twitter.com/DeBkUQ27Xy

— NASCAR Roots (@NASCARRoots) September 24, 2022

The video of the incident, already viral in the United States, has been viewed more than four million times since Saturday evening.

“I Mike Tysonné his head, reacted Brady, quite proud of his uppercuts.

We don't know why there are morons like him running with us.

He is incapable of driving in Nascar, he is already incapable of driving a lawn mower.

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Last April, Sam Mayer and Ty Gibbs, two very young drivers competing in NASCAR's minor league Xfinity Series, also exchanged blows after a tense race.

Source: leparis

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