Chase Elliott wins wild Truck Series race, Max Papis slapped by driver's girlfriend

Todd Warshaw

A wild Truck Series race featured a last-lap crash between the leaders and Max Papis getting slapped hard in the face by a driver's girlfriend.

The first race north of the border for NASCAR's Camping World Truck Series featured a wild final lap and an even wilder post-race.

In Sunday's Chevy Silverado 250 at the Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, Ty Dillon and Chase Elliott were running first and second coming to the checkered flag when Elliott made contact with Dillon, sending him into the tire barrier. Elliott would claim the victory and at age 17 became the youngest winner in series history.

From there the fireworks were just beginning.

Following their own run-on the final lap, Max Papis and Mike Skeen continued the theatrics in the pits when a crewmember for Skeen attempted to go after Papis as he was sitting in his truck, only to be body-slammed to the ground.

What transpired then was straight out of WWE.

An angry woman, who appeared to be Skeen's significant other and was later identified as his girlfriend Kelly Heaphy, confronted Papis and then slapped him hard across the face.

"This crazy lady comes shouting at me, and I had no idea, didn't even understand her, she just started shouting," Papis told "And all the sudden, she took a full-hand -- and she slapped me so hard. I'm not kidding. My jaw got dislocated and my left ear is still ringing, big time."

Papis stated he is considering legal action against Heaphy. Watch the slap at the 47-second mark of the video below:

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