Bubba Wallace apologized via social media Monday night for his actions at the Las Vegas Speedway.

In a post titled “reflection,” Wallace wrote:

“I want to apologize for my actions on Sunday following the on-track incident with Kyle Larson and the #5 car. My behavior was not consistent with the core values ​​shared by 23XI Racing and our partners who have played a crucial role in my incredible journey to the top of this great sport .

“I want to apologize to NASCAR and the fans, as well as Christopher Bell, Joe Gibbs Racing and Toyota for putting them in a situation they didn’t deserve in the playoffs. I fight with immense passion, and with passion sometimes comes frustration. In hindsight, I should have represented our partners and the team’s core values ​​better than I did by letting my frustrations haunt me outside the car. You live and learn, and I intend to learn it.”

Wallace was upset that Larson, he said, intentionally rammed him into the wall off Turn 4 on lap 95 of the South Point 400. Larson made a three-wide move in Turn 3 on Wallace and Kevin Harvick, ending up side by side with Wallace , when Harvick declined.

As the two approached the walkway, Wallace bounced off the wall. Wallace then hit Larson in the right rear, spinning the Hendrick Motorsports driver backwards across the track. Before Larson hit the outside wall, he was clipped by playoff driver Christopher Bell.

After the crash, Wallace got out of the car and went to Larson. Throwing off his helmet, Wallace began pushing and yelling at Larson, who refused to respond.

The crash forced all three pilots to retire from the race.

Any penalties for the incident will be announced on Tuesday or Wednesday.