The community’s opinion about the incident Chase Elliott and Denny Hamlin get together at Charlotte Motor Speedway
“Disagree that it was on purpose. Chase got rubbed on the left rear causing his left front to turn into Hamlin.
I am a fan of Hamlin, not Chase, but I won’t blame where blame is not due.
All three involved were a little out of control . . . that’s racing.”
“Oh come on it’s so blatantly obvious he wrecked him on purpose. he made a hard turn to the left to get at Denny. that’s not racing”
“Your opinion is yuour opinion. I disagree.
Maybe you are forgetting that he got bounced off the wall. He may well have had a horrible push (tight) as a result — which would naturally need a hard left input to the steering. Do you have any evidence that clearly shows his left rear quarter was not touched at the time?”
“NASCAR themselves proved he wrecked him on purpose, so i’m stating a fact, not an opinion. if you’re a Chase fanboy, cool, but don’t act like he didn’t purposely do that. don’t ask me for a source either, there’s multiple articles stating NASCAR concluded Chase did it on purpose, hence why he’s now suspended”
“He skid marks before the car hooks says otherwise, Chase’s car was never under control after it hit the wall, the RR wheel toed in must of happen on wall impact by the way the car wiggled and hooked.”
Denny Hamlin’s reaction
Denny Hamlin called out Chase Elliott for intentionally wrecking him at Charlotte Motor Speedway saying ‘he shouldn’t be racing
Chase Elliott, Denny Hamlin tangle at Charlotte Motor Speedway
Let’s wait for Chase Elliott’s reaction
We will update the latest information soon when we receive a response from him.
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