AJ Allmendinger got payback on Chase Briscoe during practice on Saturday for the LA Coliseum.
In Group 2’s final practice, Briscoe and A.J. Allmendinger traded fenders with Briscoe’s No. 14 Ford eventually sent nose-first into the Turn 4 wall.
The NASCAR Cup Series returned to the track for the first time in 2023 this weekend with drivers gearing up for practice ahead of the Busch Light Clash.
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It all started in the first corner, when Allmendinger invaded Briscoe on the entrance to the turn, causing the SHR man to make significant door contact with the No. 16 Chevy.
Allmendinger chose to get his revenge on Chase Briscoe, reaching into the rear bumper of the No. 14 and pushing him into the third corner with excessive speed.
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