VIDEO: Jeff Gordon, Clint Bowyer brawl in Phoenix

A pile-up occurred on the track between Jeff Gordon and Clint Bowyer, and then a brawl erupted in the garage between the drivers' crews.

A brawl erupted at NASCAR's AdvoCare 500 in Phoenix on Sunday between Jeff Gordon and Clint Bowyer and their respective pit crews. The fight was seemingly the result of a huge crash on the final lap, in which both Gordon and Bowyer were involved.

Then things got wild in a hurry in the garage:

Jeff Gluck, SB Nation's NASCAR editor, was on the scene and just as shocked as everyone else.

Yikes. Things got so bad, apparently, that a police officer at one point had to stop a member of the pit crew from picking up a tire.

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Tempers continued to flare after the brawl, with Bowyer finding Gordon before he was restrained outside of his trailer.

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Kevin Harvick eventually won the race, while Brad Keselowski took over the points lead after Jimmie Johnson hit wall; the Gordon wreck helped Johnson earn a position and a point, through overtime.

Afterward, Michael Waltrip called Gordon's behavior, "Cowardly, chicken and sad. What a sad act that was by Jeff Gordon."

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