Just when you thought you'd seen it all ...
In a weekend in which NASCAR says a driver kicked another in a rather personal area, and two crew members were arrested in connection with a late-night altercation following the incident, one should have expected something unusual in Saturday night's race at Richmond International Raceway.
But who could have foreseen this?
On Lap 159, the caution came out for Brad Keselowski after he had a flat tire. The defending champion earned a little extra time to work on his car, too.
Because the sprinklers on the frontstretch came on during the caution period.
As Matt Kenseth's crew chief Jason Ratcliff observed on his radio, "Someone forgot to tell the landscapers we were racing tonight."
Now, we really may have seen everything.
The track was not affected, and the extended caution lasted just a short time.