Watch NASCAR driver Clint Bowyer punch rival Ryan Newman

Watch NASCAR driver Clint Bowyer punch rival Ryan Newman

Watch NASCAR driver Clint Bowyer punch rival Ryan Newman

$1,000,000 was on the line at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Saturday night.

"This is unbelievable", an elated Larson said after a burnout on the front stretch that shrouded the grandstand in smoke. "I've been close a couple times". "But it feels so good to finally leave a racetrack with a smile on my face".

He lined up in the second row and pushed Kyle Larson into the lead, but Wallace wasn't about to let Larson drive away.

Larson kept Harvick at bay the rest of the way and crossed the finish line.322 seconds ahead of the SHR Ford. Kevin Harvick 3. Kyle Busch 4.

With his helmet on, Clint Bowyer charged hard at Ryan Newman, who was still in his vehicle, and started vigorously throwing punches at the No. 6 Ford driver while he sat in his seat.

A boxing match broke out after the NASCAR All-Star race Saturday at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, N.C.

"Doesn't take much of a man to try to fight somebody with a helmet on. I think he should be embarrassed by himself".

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Newman, who finished 13th, claimed that 12th-place Bowyer cut him off during the race, so he hit Bowyer after the checkered flag to express his displeasure. That was the last I saw of him, and then after the race, he comes and runs into my back and turns me all around. I pull up next to him and he dumps me in four.

"The first thing my mom says to me after the Open, she walks up on the grid here and she's like, 'You know who that was, ya know?"

"It's been a struggle".

"I'm not sure what else y'all would want!" exclaimed Bubba Wallace, after taking a moment to look over his badly damaged Chevy that he had somehow steered to fifth.

"We needed this, I needed this", Wallace lamented after racing into the Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race. "To get a win, a big win, hopefully this is the turning point in our season". Harvick took the second and Logano won the third before Larson triumphed in the final, 15-lap stage. "That's how you take the fastest vehicle and don't win the race with it". He said the flaws came on pit road. "It's been really tough to keep climbing in and keep going".

The two had tangled on the track several times and were both angry and frustrated when NASCAR's prime-time spectacle, which for more than three decades has showcased the series' very best, ended. NASCAR senior vice president John Probst said it was determined that damage to Larson's front right tire in a last-lap crash led to his No. 42 auto lifting off the track surface, hitting the wall and rolling over several times before coming to a stop.

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