WATCH: Christopher Buescher’s X Rated Rant Under Controversial Circumstances in Daytona

Published 08/29/2022, 1:55 PM EDT
WATKINS GLEN, NEW YORK – AUGUST 03: Chris Buescher, driver of the #37 Cottonelle Chevrolet, gets into his car during qualifying for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Go Bowling at The Glen at Watkins Glen International on August 03, 2019 in Watkins Glen, New York. (Photo by Matt Sullivan/Getty Images)

Sunday’s Daytona car wreck is something that fans and maybe Chris Buescher will never forget. With a delay in caution for rain, more than ten cars were collected together, leaving many drivers with injuries. 

As soon as the drivers entered the third round, rain began pouring. Daniel Suarez, Denny Hamlin, and Justin Haley were leading. When the drivers hit the wet track, their vehicles spun. This sent the other cars behind them off-track.

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Upset by the incident, Christopher (Chris) Buescher could not maintain his calm. Frustrated and angry at the wreck, he burst out on his radio. His uncensored conversation with his spotter was uploaded by a YouTube channel. In the clip, Chris Buescher can be heard saying, “It’s f***ing stuck. It’s f***ing raining! Why do we keep doing this stupid s*it every week!?”

Buescher’s outburst came right after when his spotter told him that it was raining heavily. He asked him to “keep it moving” and keep his car on the asphalt. 

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The rain not only wrecked the race but also had an effect on the playoff implications. 

Will Chris Buescher, Bubba Wallace, Denny Hamlin, and all others who were wrecked get another chance?

Although Denny Hamlin, Daniel Suarez and Justin Haley were ahead of the others, after the massive collision Austin Dillon became the leader of the race. At the time of the caution when the red flag came up, Dillon was declared the leader. 

Entering the playoffs for the fifth time in his Cup career, Dillon was ecstatic about his victory. After avoiding some serious damage to his car, Dillon fought Austin Cindric for a lead till lap 158.

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As a result, he qualified for the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs this year. Seeing this as a free-pass to the playoffs, Chris Buescher calls it all “ridiculous.”

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In a post race interview, Chris Buescher said,“We were definitely in a good spot and it was raining when we got to Turn 1 and we all wiped out. We wiped out all the lead cars, so whoever wins this race wasn’t even in contention. It’s just ridiculous from my point of view.”

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Devyani Sharma

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Devyani Sharma is a NASCAR Author at EssentiallySports. Having completed her postgrad in English Literature, she has worked as a content writer for a while now. With over three years of experience in the field and hundreds of articles published on the web, Devyani has now associated with EssentiallySports to start her journey in the world of sports journalism.

Edited By: Ranvijay Singh

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