It’s very obvious that the Kaulig Racing team was not at all pleased with Kyle Larson during The Clash at LA Memorial Coliseum, after the defending champion wrecked Justin Haley out of the race.
As expected, Justin’s spotter Brett Griffin called the move a ‘chicken sh*t’ move by Larson. Recently, he appeared on Dirty Mo Media to discuss the incident.
On Sunday William Byron got into the back of Haley and bumped him into Larson. However, Larson felt that Haley was the primary instigator and took his revenge. following that incident, the Kaulig Racing outfit did not appreciate Larson’s sense of justice and made their feelings clear.
He said, “So, huge restart. Obviously, a lot’s on the line, we have an opportunity to get down. It’s a small hole, we get down. You anticipate getting hit in the a**, we did, we got hit in the a**. We hit Kyle in the a**, and Kyle threw a temper tantrum and wrecked us. Pretty simple.”
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He continued, “I was surprised that literally a guy who just won a championship did that. I’m still surprised, I think I’d just call that a punk a**, chicken sh*t move, is what I called it. Having watched those races play out, I think you have to understand that accordion effect thing is going to work. Unfortunately, we caught the bitter end of it, and Kyle lost his temper and he wrecked us.”
The best option for two drivers is to move on from the incident. Or else a never-ending cycle of revenge will play out which would only be hurting them in their bid for the championship title.