Chase Elliott slams the door, 'granny' taunts LaJoie, Hamlin ready to make Chastain 'pay'

Chase Elliott slams the door, 'granny' taunts LaJoie, Hamlin ready to make Chastain 'pay'

Sound that siren, baby! And hey, you probably even heard it if you were at Atlanta Motor (Super) Speedway late Sunday afternoon.

Eighty-four miles separates Chase Elliott's hometown of Dawsonville from where Clyde took the checkers

in what was undoubtedly his biggest win since some pesky championship race a few years ago. 

Chase dominated most of the day at Atlanta, took the lead late, slammed the door right in Corey LaJoie's face

(more on that in a bit), and became the first driver to win three races this season. 

"I hate I tore up some cars, but I don't know what you do," Clyde said after outrunning (and causing) the mayhem behind him

"Either go for the win or don't. I'm going to choose option A every day of the week.”

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OK, so let's get it out the way right off the bat ... did Chase throw a sketchy block or was it fair game?

Corey, you're up first. "I made my move and the siren is ringing in Dawsonville," LaJoie said. "I wish that granny in the front row wouldn't have been clapping so much."

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