Mowing The Grass Is A Bad Thing In NASCAR Alanis King10/16/16 5:05pmFiled to: nascarNascar Sprint Cup SeriesChase for the Sprint Cupchase for the championshipnascar chase143EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink Photo credit: Matt Sullivan/Stringer/Getty Images When you live in a residential area, you should mow your grass. If you don’t, the president of the homeowner’s association will probably break down your door. But in NASCAR, you let that grass grow. Don’t mow it. It will not end well. Advertisement Yet again, the weird hex on NASCAR’s Chase for the Championship drivers struck. This time, it was with Brad Keselowski at Kansas Speedway. Oddly, the driver he was racing at the time of the wreck was another Chase driver, Denny Hamlin: Earlier in the race, some non-Chase drivers, Aric Almirola and David Ragan, also demonstrated why it isn’t a good idea to mow the grass in NASCAR: And there went Kurt Busch as well, another Chase driver who just couldn’t stand to let that grass grow, in the final seconds of practice on Saturday: Stop mowing the grass, drivers. Save that for your front yards. Then again, if you’re going to do it, it’s better to do so with your car than with your body. Just ask Austin Dillon. Ouch. Recommended Stories Seriously, What Is Going On With NASCAR's Championship Drivers? There’s Been More Wrecking Than Chasing In NASCAR’s Truck Series Chase So FarI Have No Clue What's Going On In This NASCAR Video But It's WonderfulAlanis Kingalanis.firstname.lastname@example.org@alanisnkingAlanis King is the weekend editor of Jalopnik.