NASCAR driver Clint Bowyer had an extraordinary rant blasting race organizers for trying to put on a 'cute show' after he spectacularly crashed out of Daytona 500 qualifying.
The 35-year-old spun off the track after he made contact with the back of Reed Sorenson's Number 44 Chevrolet, accusing him of making a desperate move in the build up.
Parts of debris started flying off both cars before they came to a stop. A furious Bowyer then got out of his car and approached Sorenson's driver's side window to yell at him.
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After he was checked over by medical officials, he was interviewed by Fox Sports and slammed the new qualifying process that had been initiated.
Drivers initially competed for positions through single-car runs. But they introduced group qualifying last season and decided to use it for the Daytona 500.
Visibly angry by what had happened, Bowyer said: 'It's just idiotic to be out here doing this anyway.
'There is no sense in being able to try and put on some cute show for whatever the hell this is, then you've got a guy out there in desperation doing crap like this.
'There's no reason to be out here. These guys have been working for six months, busting their ass on these cars, to go out there have some guy out of desperation pull this crap.