NASCAR Image Of The Week: Victory Lane Celebrations Gone Wrong

Our friend @nascarcasm – the anonymous satirist and graphic artist – just submitted his latest piece, which we think you will find pretty funny.

Says @nascarcasm:

On Saturday night at Texas Motor Speedway, Greg Biffle held off Jimmie Johnson to score the win in the Samsung Mobile 500. As is tradition at Texas, Biffle donned a cowboy hat and fired two six-shooters into the air while in Victory Lane.

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This well-known tradition begs the question: Have other tracks attempted to work their own local customs and/or attire into their victory-lane celebrations?

The answer is YES, albeit unsuccessfully. Here are a few notable failures:

Kyle Busch at Kentucky:

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Matt Kenseth at Daytona:

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Ricky Stenhouse Jr. at Las Vegas:

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Tony Stewart at Chicagoland:

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