Ranking the 10 Most Pointless Feuds in Recent NASCAR History

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Ranking the 10 Most Pointless Feuds in Recent NASCAR History
Darrell Waltrip and Dale Earnhardt long after their early-career feud ended. (Photo courtesy CMT.com)

There have been countless high-profile feuds in NASCAR, topped by the most infamous one of all, the 1979 battle at the end of the Daytona 500 between Donnie Allison and Cale Yarborough.

There was also the feud between Darrell Waltrip and the late Dale Earnhardt that lasted for much of the early years of their head-to-head racing careers before the two became near-best friends on and off the racetrack later on.

We get those feuds. But there are some feuds that we simply don't get, the ones that spark pointless retaliation or confrontation. There have been countless ones like that, dating back to the start of NASCAR in 1948.

But for the sake of this exercise, let's take a look at the 10 most pointless feuds in recent NASCAR history.

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