A NASCAR driver making his first start is already making enemies

Caesar Bacarella is having a rough start to his Xfinity career. The New Jersey native is making his first start and already has two drivers calling for him to be taken off the track.

After being eliminated from the race, and most likely championship contention, Brennan Poole suggested Bacarella shouldn't be allowed to continue racing.

Poole wrecked into Daniel Hemric as both were trying to navigate around the lapped Bacarella.

"We gotta reevaluate some of these lapped cars and who is out there and who is not out there," Poole said.

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Later in the race, Austin Dillon also took issue with Bacarella's driving.

"Get that guy off the freaking track, man!" Dillon said. Adding, "Where did he get a license to do this ****."

To which his crew chief hilariously replied, "I don't know. Wal-Mart."

Not a great first race. But hey, no publicity is bad publicity right? Right!?