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Hats off? Decker, Boyd exchange words after Kentucky wreck

SPARTA, Ky. — Tempers and … hats … flew in the garage at Kentucky Speedway when Natalie Decker and Spencer Boyd discussed an on-track incident during Thursday’s NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series race.

You read that correctly.

The issue started on Lap 44 when Boyd, in the No. 20, appeared to get too close to the No. 54 of Decker, going up the track, hitting her front left and sending her spinning along with him into outside wall at the entrance of Turn 1.

The wreck resulted in night-ending damage for both drivers, with Decker finishing 27th and Boyd being scored 29th.

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Visibly upset after the incident, Decker approached Boyd in the garage. The two drivers exchanged words until the conversation stopped when Decker grabbed the hat off of Boyd’s head, throwing it on the ground as she walked away.

The crash between the two brought out the second caution of the race, the first occurring for the Stage 1 break.