As Kligerman finished his media obligations and arrived at his hauler, Earnhardt called him out, raised his hands and began to demand answers from the former on his actions during the closing laps of the Beef. It’s What’s for Dinner 300 at Daytona International Speedway on Saturday, Feb. 18.
— Frontstretch —
Some words were exchanged between Jeffrey Earnhardt and Parker Kligerman.
Earnhardt wasn't happy that he got put in the wall. Started near the 48 hauler and moved to the 44 garage stall. pic.twitter.com/p6b91iH4md
— Dustin Albino (@DustinAlbino) February 19, 2023