NASCAR drivers are no strangers to heated exchanges, as the photo above should illustrate. In November 2010, after an accident under caution ended both of their days, Jeff Gordon decided to attack Jeff Burton as a way of releasing his frustration.
Neither driver is particularly renowned for his pugilistic skills or dirty driving, and as such neither has a spot on this list. In fact, you can ask just about every driver in the garage, and they'll probably tell you about a time when they lost their cool. It's the ones who do so repeatedly that pose problems.
This list is dedicated to those personalities, the biggest "bullies" in NASCAR, if you will. These guys are the ones that you've heard about whenever somebody brings up a tiff in the garage. They're usually involved when you see somebody getting wrecked on the race track.
But most of all, they keep things interesting and entertaining in a sport that has lost a little bit of flavor due to increased corporate involvement. Without further ado, here are the top 15 bullies to ever make a living in NASCAR.