Things can get pretty nasty sometimes in NASCAR.

With automobiles traveling at ridiculously high speeds and competition fierce, there's always potential for hijinks.

Even from a trusted teammate.

Dale Earnhardt Jr and Jimmie Johnson recently made some unscheduled contact on the track at Richmond International Raceway.

The story kinda had a happy ending -- for PR purposes, at the very least -- and it's posted over at The Daily Player.

We here at Fanorama are into warm and fuzzy feelings, so in times like that, we don't take sides. That's why we sell Racing Cap No 46, like this embroidered version:


No detail is spared, right down to the scribble that looks like a real autograph!

There's no chance of this getting swiped and winding up on eBay! And at $16.95, it's priced to move. Just like a stock car, but without the wheels and a couple of commas at checkout.

You won't be offending anyone with this cap. No siree. Except maybe us if you don't buy it. Sure, we'll get over it, but still.

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