Brennan Poole interview by Jamie Little after being wrecked by Ross Chastain at Dover

"He Probably Needs to Get His Butt Whooped": Brennan Poole Rips Ross Chastain After Dover Wreck

Ross Chastain doesn't seem to have very many friends in the NASCAR Cup Series garage, as the list of drivers that the Trackhouse Racing driver has had run-ins with has grown a little bigger. From former champions of the series to drivers from NASCAR's smallest teams, Chastain doesn't seem to discriminate.

Brennan Poole, the driver of the No. 15 Ford for Rick Ware Racing, was minding his own business on lap 81 of the Wurth 400 at Dover when he was suddenly turned by Chastain, who was running fourth. The spin for Poole resulted in Kyle Larson's No. 5, the fifth-place car, getting caught up in the incident.

Chastain has made a name for himself with hard racing, but sometimes he seems to be in over his head. NASCAR on Fox pit reporter Jamie Little caught up with Brennan Poole after he was released from the care center, and he had some not-so-nice words for Chastain.

"You're side by side (racing for position), there's not a whole lot of room. There's nothing more I could do in the situation," Poole said. "I felt like I just got ran over, really for no reason, 80 laps into the race. It doesn't make any sense to me."

Poole made sure to point out Chastain's troubling history with racing aggressively and wrecking other drivers.

"I guess that's something he's been known to do here recently," Poole said. "He probably needs to get his butt whooped."

As for Chastain, he made his usual in-car radio excuse for the wreck, claiming that it was completely accidental. How many more times can Chastain get away with using that excuse before it runs its course? Chastain needs to cut the shenanigans before he wrecks (pun intended) his great opportunity at NASCAR's highest level.

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