“NASCAR tried to steal Blaney’s win,” NASCAR Twitter react to Ryan Blaney’s dramatic OT win in the All-Star Race at Texas

NASCAR fans react on Twitter to the debatable win stolen by Ryan Blaney at the All-Star Race at Texas

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Ryan Blaney

NASCAR hosted the highly anticipated All-Star Race at Texas Motor Speedway where fans witnessed Ryan Blaney take his No.12 Ford Mustang competing as a full-time Cup Series driver with Team Penske to the Victory Lane of this iconic race and it had its own controversial issues tied with it.

This victory marked his first victory this season and with the All-Star Race being an exhibition race, it still had multiple issues which could be discussed one of which was his own win and this race also cost multiple other famous racers like Ross Chastain, Kyle Busch and Chase Elliott to drop out due to the mishap at the start of Stage 2.

He stayed well in the lead of Denny Hamlin following him and he began to celebrate his 1Million USD cash prize line but the All-Star Race was forced into OT as Ricky Stenhouse Jr. forced a caution, moments before Blaney crossed the finish line, and since he had his window net down, that could’ve been penalized but they chose to leave it be leaving fans and drivers a frustrated.

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How NASCAR fans reacted to his debatable All-Star Race victory

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Ryan Blaney celebrates his All-Star victory at Texas

Many NASCAR fans took to their own Twitter handles to voice their opinions on the disputable issue where few fans were supportive of the winner congratulating him whereas few weren’t all that familiar with the format and struggled to understand the format, multiple fans called out NASCAR for bringing in the caution moments before the end of the race deeming it unnecessary while few were frustrated with the fact that they switched the live coverage of the celebrations leaving the fans disappointed.

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