FORT WORTH, TEXAS - MAY 22: Ryan Blaney, driver of the #12 Menards/Wrangler Ford, is congratulated by Bubba Wallace, driver of the #23 Dr. Pepper Dark Berry Toyota, in victory lane after winning the NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Race at Texas Motor Speedway on May 22, 2022 in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Ryan Blaney and Bubba Wallace Troll Each Other

It's no secret that Ryan Blaney and Bubba Wallace are best friends away from the racetrack. That doesn't mean the two don't like to fire jokes at each other. Indeed, Wallace has been known for trolling others about things that happen at the racetrack.

Wallace took a playful jab at Blaney after Sunday's race at Las Vegas, which saw Blaney initially disqualified. He took to X to take a jab at Blaney.

"P Illegal Shock yesterday," Wallace said.

Wallace's jab may have been funny at first, but following NASCAR's move to overturn the DQ and return Blaney's finish and points, it gave Blaney a chance to get back at his buddy.

Blaney's response was perfect as the Cup Series heads back to Homestead-Miami Speedway. Wallace didn't get to drive there in 2022 because he was suspended for that race after right-hooking Kyle Larson on the front stretch at Las Vegas.

Blaney made sure to let Wallace not forget with his own clever jab on X.

"Just remembered you were on vacation last year during Miami, are you excited to go back?" Blaney wrote.

The fun between the two didn't end there, as they continued to throw jokes back and forth over social media. Eventually, though, Wallace ended the jabs with what appeared to be a truce, offering a drink.

"Look at you learning! Beers later?" Wallace said.

Blaney quickly responded with, "Make it a bourbon my guy."

What better way to have a little fun with a fellow driver?

Blaney can now focus on the 17-point margin he has to make on the cut line to reach the Championship 4, while Wallace can go out and try to win one of the final three races of the season.

Wallace will surely be pulling for his buddy to try to make the Championship 4 — as long as it doesn't affect the chances of his teammate, Tyler Reddick, to reach Phoenix for an opportunity at the 2023 championship.

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