It's a fairly well known fact that racers are quite a competitive sort, not taking well to losing or things that they view as unfair. That's led to some great confrontations over the years, with one of the most recent being the Ed Carpenter and James Hinchcliffe dispute at this year's Indy 500. Few driver spats, though, turn into massive, pit-clearing brawls like this one.

We don't really have the details on what ignited this go-kart battle, which officially kicked off when one driver flipped the kart of another driver while he was still sitting in it. Naturally, things escalated quickly from there, as the newly inverted racer dislodged himself and went all Antonio Smith on his rival. Then, the bystanders got involved.

Take a look below for the video, and do note that this video is age restricted on YouTube due to what sounds like some suspect language.

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