Put ’em up: Looking back at the wild 2013 Mosport truck race

German Quiroga is held back by NASCAR officials and team members after confronting James Buescher on pit road. 

Robert Laberge

Last year’s trip to Canadian Tire Motorsports Park saw one of the most dramatic finishes in recent Camping World Truck Series memory, with many drivers — and one girlfriend — looking for revenge afterward. 

As the fields came through the final corners to the checkered flag, the beating and banging on the track continued from the front of the field to the back of the pack.

Young Chase Elliott won his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race, but sent Ty Dillon into the tire barrier in the last corner to do so. 

Behind them, Max Papis and Mike Skeen tangled as they raced hard for the third spot in the same corner. German Quiroga was having a solid day until a number of run-ins sent him spinning as well. After the race, Papis and Quiroga showed their displeasure with how the race ended on the track. 

Taking exception to the on-track contact and off-track comments, Papis caught a mean slap from Skeen’s girlfriend, providing a new twist to the famous ‘Pap slap’.