Ranking NASCAR's 5 Biggest Villains

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Ranking NASCAR's 5 Biggest Villains
Bob Jordan
The amount of heat Austin Dillon has received since joining the Sprint Cup Series has been enough to place him as a NASCAR villain.

One of the wonderful things about NASCAR is that each driver is able to build a reputation that the fans can partake in. If Dale Earnhardt Jr. wins a race, fans will cheer because he has a positive reputation as a friendly and humble guy. By contrast, Kyle Busch's jeering attitude and cocky demeanor, together with his insane knack of wining in everything, make him a very hated guy.

We love our good guys in NASCAR, but it is the bad guys who get our attention more often than not. We love following the guys who don the proverbial (and in some cases literal) black hat.

Here are the bad guys that we love to hate in the NASCAR world.

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