I don’t think I have seen anything like that before…
After the completion of Sunday’s Ally 400 at Nashville Superspeedway, Ross Chastain was the driver celebrating the victory, but his Trackhouse Racing teammate looked like he wanted to join in on the action.
However, the Monterrey, Mexico native may have gotten a little bit too excited.
Driving to where Chastain was doing a long-winded burnout, Suarez went to move up the track to congratulate his teammate, when he veered to the right, but right into the path of Chase Briscoe, making major contact with the No. 14.
While the damage didn’t impact his finish, coming home with a solid 12th-place result, the suspension damage to his No. 99 was clearly visible afterward. However, considering he’ll be in victory lane tonight, I don’t know how much team owner Justin Marks is perturbed by that, anyways,.
Well, that’s…. a new one 😂😂
— Joseph Srigley (@joe_srigley) June 26, 2023