Little invited Graf Jr to a meeting to “handle whatever problem” the two NASCAR drivers have
The NASCAR Xfinity Series just concluded the race weekend at Kansas Speedway with a Saturday afternoon showing.
Joe Graf Jr and Jesse Little have had a few incidents on the track this year. Recently, two weeks ago at Texas, the two drivers tangled. According to Joe Graf Jr, Jesse Little sent a text apology after Texas.
Despite the apology, the two drivers had a disagreement on the track over the weekend at Kansas Speedway.
Back to back race weekends, the two drivers have gotten into it on the track. Now, it’s boiled over to social media…
After the Kansas race weekend, Jesse Little took to twitter.
Jesse Little stated via twitter, “Hey Joe Graf Jr I’m not about to start wrecking Johnny’s cars or Bobby’s for that matter so with all our free time next week let me know where you wanna meet & you and I can handle whatever problem you seem to have with me.”
Consider it an invite to Applebee’s.
Joe Graf Jr responds
Graf Jr responded to the tweet shortly after.
Graf Jr stated, “Now all of a sudden you want to talk? You hid in your hauler last week at Texas after the race when I tried to talk to you about you trying to wreck me.”
“I didn’t hide in my hauler after the race today, you could have come talk to me the whole hour after.”
“Instead you stared at me for an hour from 4 haulers away. Are you more interested in starting drama, than coming and talking to me like a man?”
Graf Jr concluded, “BTW, I accept the apology you texted me today before the race about trying to wreck me at Texas. I consider this settled. Thanks.”
Jesse Little has moved on
Jesse Little added a period on the situation the following morning. He responded to his own tweet from the day before:
JL: “Sun came up. Gonna get some turns in. Should have stayed off Twitter last night, was definitely frustrated but not an excuse to be immature. We’ll resolve it and move on. Time to focus on making our race cars faster.”
Little has run 17 NASCAR Xfinity Series races, all in 2020. He has one top 10 which was collected for the Johnny Davis owned team at Pocono Raceway.
Graf Jr has run 20 NXS races. He has a career best of 13th which he’s claimed at Bristol, Homestead and Kentucky in 2020.
Both Little and Graf Jr are in their debut full-time season with the NASCAR Xfinity Series. Six drivers are elligable for the Rookie of the Year battle. Little is 3rd and Graf Jr is 4th in that battle.