NASCAR is a sport where it's easy to see tempers fly.
Some drivers, though, seem to rant and rave more than others. Those same drivers sometimes find themselves under probation because of something they did on or off the track.
There is a fine line between a driver who is ranting and one who is acting like a big baby. Some drivers are justified in their complaints, while others seem to complain because they like to hear themselves talk.
Being a baby in NASCAR doesn’t make a driver bad, though. In fact, most of the drivers on this list are among the best in the sport.
However, when something doesn’t go their way or they don’t like a certain question asked by the media, they are usually the first ones to react.
Some get so upset when they have a bad day that they don’t even bother with the post-race interview.
Bad things happen to all drivers—look at Carl Edwards this season—but those who act like babies let their tempers get the best of them.
In a sport filled with tough, gritty drivers, there are some who forget themselves sometimes and end up looking and acting like children.
Here are NASCAR's biggest babies.