Tony Stewart got the crowd to roar at Bristol Motor Speedway.
During the Irwin Tools night race at Bristol, Stewart and Matt Kenseth had contact with each other bringing out the caution flag. After collision Stewart stopped his car and made his way out. Meanwhile Kenseth made one more lap around to make his way into pit road.
After Stewart and Kesneth brought out the ninth caution of the night, Stewart took out his frustration out on Kenseth. Once Kenseth made his way into pit road and as he passed Stewart, Smoke took his frustration out by throwing his helmet at the No.17 car.
The crowd at Bristol got into a roar as soon as Stewart threw his helmet at Kenseth.
After the collision, Stewart was told he would get his helmet back, but he was not to worried about it. Stewart would make it back to the track after the incident with Kenseth.
Watch the video below to see Smoke throw his helmet at the No.17: