At the All-Star Race, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Kyle Busch, two NASCAR drivers, get into a fight.  

During Sunday night's NASCAR All-Star Race in North Carolina, drivers Ricky Stenhouse Jr.  

Kyle Busch got into a brawl that later involved their crews, escalating from speeding cars to punching each other.  

According to NASCAR, there was an altercation after Busch bumped Stenhouse's No. 47 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1,  

the vehicle crashing into a surrounding wall. Stenhouse was eliminated from the race at North Wilkesboro Speedway after just two laps (out of 200).  

After parking in Busch's pit box, Stenhouse apparently wanted to speak with the crew, so he climbed over the wall and up to them  

He was going to have to wait for the race to end before he could confront Busch because North Wilkesboro does not have an exit tunnel.   

Stenhouse hit Busch in the face with a right hook during the post-competition fireworks while the two drivers were being recorded conversing in the garage.  

"You hit the fence and then you hit me," Stenhouse retorted to Busch's statement that "we all hit each other." In response, Busch said, "I don't believe you."  

A moment later, other onlookers gathered around the two stars leaped to their defense, yanking them apart until they both hit the ground.  

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