“No caution for golden boy. Bullshit call” NASCAR Twitter infuriated at Chase Elliott topping the charts in Nashville to secure his second win of the season as the race control failed call caution

Find out how NASCAR twitter reacted to Chase Elliott's second win of the season coming at Nashville

Chase Elliott wins the ally 400

No:9 Hendrick Motorsports Chevy Camaro ZL1 is at the victory lane once again as Chase Elliott secured his second win of the season at the Nashville with his first one coming earlier this season at Dover monster mile’. The HMS man had to go through a lot in a race that saw a final caution and the decision to either stay on the track or to stay out backfired for the Toyota contingent in their pursuit for a win following their dominant display throughout the race.


But it failed to be the case though as the 2020 Cup series champion held his nerve while playing a cat and mouse game with Kyle Busch up front with the other two JGR drivers Denny Hamlin, the pole sitter, and Martin Truex Jr. who led a handful of laps this race, at one point seemed to have already secured the win, trying to run him down.

Josh Biliki brought out the caution in the final stage with a handful of laps left which gave the leaders two choices to either stay out from the pit or come in. The JGR duo of Busch and Truex Jr. decided to come into the pit lane, as the Busch earlier spotted saying there is “no grip” on his tire. While Chase Elliott decided to stay out the rest behind him came in giving Kurt Busch, Ryan Blaney and Kyle Larson were among the drivers who decided to stay out which proved to be fruitful for them as they secured front raw finishes.


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How NASCAR Twitter reacted to Chase Elliott’s win

Chase Elliott

There was a mixed reaction from the fans regarding Elliott’s win as they were an appreciation of his win at the same time criticism came at NASCAR for the fact that NASCAR didn’t call caution when Brad Keselowski experienced trouble in the final 4 lap showdown restart with 2 laps left of the race and Elliott in lead. The fans were infuriated by the fact the same caution which made Busch choose to come into the pit cost him more a front raw finish while Elliott was gifted a win by not calling caution.  

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