All seemed normal with two laps to go in the Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Then, Brad Keselowski had a mechanical issue that opened the door for Martin Truex Jr. to win the race.
As Keselowski slid back in the field, Kyle Busch and Joey Logano battled to get past him and made contact, sending Busch skidding toward pit road and a 22nd-place finish. Logano pulled through for a fourth-place finish.
A heated Busch charged Logano in the pits and threw a punch that led to Busch on the ground with several of Logano’s crew members.
We want you to weigh in on who was responsible for the contact on track that ultimately resulted in NASCAR’s first fight of 2017.