Late model stock car driver picked up, carried away after misguided fight attempt

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Late model stock car driver Andrew Grady thinks he was destroyed by his competitor Davey Callihan during today’s qualifying races for the Martinsville 300, one of the biggest late model races in the world. As racing drivers often do, Grady decided to check on Callihan’s car after the race to express his displeasure. The situation quickly escalated and Grady began punching Callihan while he was still tied to the car. Then somehow things got more ridiculous: Grady was throwing punches at Callihan, plus an extra kick at his car, when he was taken away by someone else . Not ripped off, taken away.

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Yes, it is Grady who is lifted and physically pulled out of the situation he had escalated. It was also the right choice; the fight ended immediately, with Grady walking away after being dropped to the ground.

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Grady said later Racing America’s Matt Weaver that he felt he and another competitor were intentionally destroyed by Callihan, who was able to transfer into the race itself after the crash. This led him to Callihan’s car, where he says he was knocked down and then chose to respond with “Mike Tysoning his head.” He goes on to suggest that Callihan “has nothing to do with a late model, let alone a lawnmower”.

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In response, Callihan notes that his move to the track was for a transfer berth in the long distance race at Martinsville adding that “you can’t give a thumbs up for the transfer berth when there are 95 cars and I had to. take.” He also denies knocking Grady down later.

Callihan will race the 200 lap race tonight. Grady was eliminated in the previous on-track incident.

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