NASCAR Driver Ross Chastain’s Unbelievable Wall Ride Across The Finish Line
Ross Chastain performed an incredible move to sneak into the Championship Four at Martinsville Speedway on Sunday.
Chastain came around turn four on the last lap of the race, and rode the wall gunning it to essentially slingshot himself into the championship round alongside Christopher Bell, Joey Logano, and Chase Elliot.
Check out this view from a fan.
And check out the broadcast, and the booth dumbfounded by what they just watched.
While race fans think it's a once-in-a-lifetime move, Chastain's opponents weren't as much of a fan.
"As spectacular as it was, as much as it worked, the problem is now the box is open, right? Now every Xfinity race, every Truck race, every Cup race, no matter the track, this wall riding is going to be a play. That’s not good. That’s not good," Joey Logano said.
"It’s just a bad look," Kyle Larson told reporters, via NBC Sports. "I’m embarrassed that I did it at Darlington. Maybe if I didn’t do it last year, people wouldn’t even think to do that, so I’m embarrassed myself and glad that I didn’t win that way at Darrington. It’s not just a good look. Not a good look. … It’s embarrassing. I guess I’d ask you guys, what makes that not embarrassing? If you think that’s fair, why would you think that’s fair?"