2x Champ, guys.
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Oh, I knew for a long time. Granted Tony was just, well, Tony, but I always felt when Kyle got there, the team just became pricks. I'd say Eric, Suarez, and maybe Bell have been late exceptions, but even Matt was like that at times. That and I will admit I have some family insider info that Denny is a bit of a prick off the track as well, learned from dealing with him while working on his Porsche.Color me shocked that people are realizing that JGR drivers are pricks...
If I remember correctly, according to LaJoie, Denny called him out on twitter during the Covid break while they were doing the iRacing stuff. What was said, I don't know , but from the sounds of it, it was a jab at Lajoie's racing skills. I feel like in a way it might have been similar to when Kyle cried last year because he couldn't go around a lap car and ran in the back of him, then proceed to complain about late model guys in cup cars. Anyway, Lajoie responded by hopping on iRacing for the Dega race, and he beat Denny, although we are talking Dega so 'beating' someone needs to be taken with a grain of salt. Apparently more words were said, with Lajoie simply asking, according to him, if they could swap cars. Denny apparently took this as it isn't the driver that is being successful and got offended. So it's been back and forth, and the video @MillsLayne posted kind of gives a sum up, though from Lajoie's point of view, of what went down between the two, leading up to Lajoie beating Denny not only a driver's track like Martinsville, but Denny's favorite track, Lajoie getting some slight jab at doing so, and apparently Denny tweeting and messaging him and his team about deliberately wrecking his car at Homestead.What's LaJoie's beef with Hamlin?
while I agree... it was magnified in NASCAR with Larson's iRacing comments...And for all you bitching and moaning about Bubba Wallace/NASCAR taking a stand with BLM, this is why. Racism still exists all around us and still exists in this sport. The sport needs to support minority voices and take a hard stand against racism. The sooner we can weed out these sorry excuses for human beings, the sooner we can improve our sport and make it a better and more welcoming place.