Brian Scott and Darrell Wallace Jr. are not on good terms at the moment after an incident during Saturday night's Xfinity race at Kentucky Speedway.
On a restart with 88 laps to go, Scott and Wallace made door-to-door contact. The coming together cost both valuable positions and Scott eventually pitted after dropping well outside the top ten, citing a vibration.
Wallace brought home a ninth-place finish, but Scott ended the night in 13th after leading 45 laps. After the checkered flag, Scott confronted the Roush-Fenway Racing driver on pit road, reaching his hands inside the driver's window and consequently getting pulled away by a NASCAR official.
Once Wallace emerged from his Ford Fusion, the RCR driver returned and the duo locked horns in a profanity-laced argument that didn't go anyway. That was the end of it - at least for TV viewers.
If their social media posts are any indication, what you see in the video above was not the end of it. The confrontation continued off-camera and involved not only the two drivers, but Scott's wife and his motorhome driver.