There was such a dispute between William Byron and Joey Logano, which is currently in the news all over the place. Logano tried to take the lead on the final restart with 25 laps out of 293, going just behind Byron and Tyler Reddick.
Then when Turn 2 came, Byron and Logano fought each other, then Logano realized that Byron crowded the track to complete a pass for the lead. When Logano felt that he had a chance to take the lead in turn 3, he thought he should take advantage of this opportunity, and he tried to take the lead, and he was successful in it.
When Logano took the lead, he thought he’d get everyone out of the way, and he then hit him with the rear bumper of his car, sending him on the track and Logano in the lead. Byrne stopped laps in the final while Logano pulled off a 40-race winless streak. He drove there at 10 mph.