With 18 laps to go in Saturday night’s Snowflake 100 at Five Flags Speedway, Noah Gragson was the catalyst of a big crash, as he made a three-wide move, which sent Johanna Long Robbins spinning into the wall.
The two drivers were running sixth and seventh at the time.
In the chaos, about 10 cars piled in and received damage.
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Following the incident, Gragson received middle fingers from crew members on pit road.
But that wasn’t where the frustration ended, as Long Robbins signaled her frustration at Gragson as he drove past the scene of her crash. In a post-race interview with TobyChristie.com’s Judson O’Neil, Long Robbins stated it was a lack of respect that Gragson wrecked so many cars, since he doesn’t work on cars himself.
Long Robbins then voiced her displeasure with the NASCAR Xfinity Series competitor on Twitter after the accident.
“How the hell does Noah Gragson even have a damn ride. What a POS,” Long Robbins tweeted.
When a race fan responded that Dale Earnhardt Jr., “Still likes him despite all he does on and off the track,” Long Robbins responded it’s all about money.
Long Robbins is the 2010 Snowball Derby race winner. She also spent several years in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and Xfinity Series ranks driving in underfunded equipment in the 2010’s.