Scott, Wallace go at it on the track, off the track and on Twitter

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.

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Series NASCAR XFINITY
Event Kentucky II
Track Kentucky Speedway
Drivers Brian Scott , Darrell Wallace Jr.
Teams Roush Fenway Racing , Richard Childress Racing
Article type Breaking news