As incredible as Ross Chastain's finish in the Xfinity 500 was for most NASCAR fans, Kyle Larson was far from amused — and he's letting everyone know.

When asked if he thought the move was great, Larson said he didn't like what Chastain did. He said the action was "embarrassing" and not a good look for NASCAR.

"That's not a good look for our sport. You might think it's cool. I think it's embarrassing," Larson said.

Larson wouldn't elaborate on what he found wrong with it, and no one else seems to be able to figure out why he doesn't like it.

The former NASCAR Cup champion is getting pretty roasted on Twitter right now for not having fun and for making a similar move in a race last year:

Kyle Larson said he regretted making that move - hugging the barrier and trying to get a last burst of speed in the final lap.

But it worked for him then and it works for Ross Chastain today. Perhaps the reasons are unlikely to be purely security. It is certain that reaching such speeds.

But it was still a great move, and tonight it became a rallying point for NASCAR fans on social media at a time when most American sports fans are talking about the NFL.