Chase Elliot had a terrifying week, so Kyle Bush comforted him after the Coca-Cola 600

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Chase Elliot had a terrifying week, so Kyle Bush comforted him after the Coca-Cola 600
Chase Elliot had a terrifying week, so Kyle Bush comforted him after the Coca-Cola 600

Chase Elliot had a difficult week. And the pain again hit when the most popular NASCAR driver at the moment seemed to win the Coca-Cola 600 on Sunday and make up for his devastating finish on the Darlington Raceway on Wednesday.

In fact, the last two races of Hendrick Motorsports drivers have been overwhelming, and Kyle Bush, the most famous driver of his Snake, Sass, or genius who was a little accustomed to Elliott earlier this week, said that the iconic race was at midnight Monday. It ended immediately after.

So Elliott’s noisy week brought this rare moment among the pit competitors.

Elliot was furious and stopped Bush after getting out of the car. And, for his honor, Bush immediately admitted him, saying that it was his mistake after Gap overestimated the size of the gap.

Chase Elliot had a terrifying week, so Kyle Bush comforted him after the Coca-Cola 600
Chase Elliot had a terrifying week, so Kyle Bush comforted him after the Coca-Cola 600

Fast forwarded to Sunday, Elliott seemed ready to win his first race of the season and the first Coca-Cola 600 of his career.

Around midnight, when teammate William Byron cleared the caution flag to ensure the race was overtime, he was leading the remaining two laps of the race’s planned distance.

In a situation where he couldn’t win, Elliott was one of those who later went to the pits. He could have tried the other side of the coin and got out, but outside the reboot there was no guarantee that he would stay in the track position anyway.

In a zoom call with reporters after the race, Elliot said:

When you lead a race like that, the people behind you will do the exact opposite of what you do.

In a situation where he couldn’t win, Elliott was one of those who later went to the pits. He could have tried the other side of the coin and got out, but outside the reboot there was no guarantee that he would stay in the track position anyway.

In a zoom call with journalists after the race, Elliott said:

Obviously, Elliott and his team have some work speed and can try to use it again in a few days.

 

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