The ValleyStar Credit Union 300 qualifying races got heated on the race track at Martinsville Speedway Saturday.
A furious Andrew Grady completely lost his cool on Davey Callihan and began punching the driver while he was still in his car.
Andrew Grady believes he was wrecked by competitor Davey Callihan in the weekend’s qualifying races.
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Grady was seen throwing punches at Callihan while he was still strapped inside his car.
The Youngsville, NC native didn’t hold back in his post-interview after the fued, Grady accused Callihan of purposely flipping him off when he went to talk to the driver. He called Callihan a “dumba**”
Davey Callihan was quick to defend himself in saying you can’t give an inch at a transfer spot.
“Just hard racing. I do apologize to the one, but we’re fighting for our life out there. So just did what I had to do,” Callihan said.
Andrew Grady says Davey Callihan flipped him off when he went to talk so he decided to 'Mike Tyson his head.'
He says there are dumbasses who have no business driving a Lawn Mower much less a Late Model at Martinsville.
Says that Callihan wrecked him and Brandon Pierce. pic.twitter.com/X1m99JRYOj
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“We were fighting for our lives out there.” he added.
Watch below as Andrew Grady takes out his frustrations on Davey Callihan
We've got tempers boiling over at @MartinsvilleSwy
Andrew Grady takes out his frustration on Davey Callihan after an accident in Heat 1@FloRacing pic.twitter.com/DeBkUQ27Xy
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Callihan will run in the 200 lap feature race tonight while Grady was unfortunately, eliminated by the on-track incident between the two.
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