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Video: From Fire to Climbing a Fence to Throwing Things into the Crowd, Here’s Everything in Gragson’s Celebration

Noah Gragson seems like a guy who loves to have a good time. So, naturally, why wouldn’t his first NASCAR Xfinity Series win come with a wild variety of celebratory events?

Here is a breakdown of everything that Gragson did after taking the checkered flag.

  1. He did a burnout.

  2. He climbed the fence.

  3. He threw his water bottle into the crowd and then slid across the car Dukes of Hazards style.

  4. He then, finally went to victory lane.

What a wild a zany celebration. But it’s totally Noah Gragson. And it’s totally awesome.

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Toby is the Founder, Editor and go-to man for TobyChristie.com. He is also the co-host of The Final Lap Weekly Podcast. Additionally, Toby is a NMPA (National Motorsports Press Association) award winning writer, and has followed NASCAR as a fan since 1993.

3 thoughts on “Video: From Fire to Climbing a Fence to Throwing Things into the Crowd, Here’s Everything in Gragson’s Celebration Leave a comment

  1. What’s up with a caution before driver crosses finish line and no green white checker flag and they announce a winner?

    • Green white checkered finishes can only happen when there is a caution with two β€” or more β€” laps left.

      Anytime there is a caution on the final lap, the field is frozen and the leader at the time is the winner of the race.

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