Juan Pablo Montoya has never been one to shy away from the spotlight. His move to NASCAR only a year and a half into a McLaren contract was shocking in itself, his thoughts on the series and its drivers the cherry on this particularly explosive cake. He wasn’t pleased to be punted out of the lead of his third Grand Prix by Jos Verstappen, and Lord help you if you’re a TV cameraman who gets too close.
Montoya’s fiery exit from last weekend’s Daytona 500 made NASCAR history, as did this. Some would argue that only after his heated exchange with Kevin Harvick at Watkins Glen in 2007 was the Columbian accepted by the diehard stockcar crowd >>>