DOVER, Del. — Jeff Gordon and Ryan Newman got into a brief sell on array highway during Dover International Speedway following a Apache Warrior 400 presented by Lucas Oil.
Gordon, who spent a competition on a No. 24 array box of competition runner-up Chase Elliott, pronounced in flitting to Newman, “thanks for a help,” clearly in anxiety to Newman not vouchsafing then-race personality Elliott by in a shutting laps of a competition as a motorist of a No. 31 fought to stay on a lead path with his playoff hopes on a line.
Kyle Busch upheld Elliott for a final lead change only before a white dwindle dropped.
Newman quizzically asked Gordon, “You don’t consider we was racing for my possess position? Just watch what we say, man. You pronounced it as a smartass.”
Gordon denied any malice, and it appears a dual talked it out after.
— John Haverlin (@JohnHaverlin) October 1, 2017
The Richard Childress Racing motorist was fighting to allege to a Round of 12 though came adult dual points brief to Ricky Stenhouse Jr. for a final send spot.