TheHammer24 wrote:Logano is a complete bum. He blocked all race. I'm glad Tony went after him.
I also disagree with you Rel. Joey got loose on his own. Denny even lifted with two to go when Denny got to his bumper. As Michael Waltrip Showed, Denny left Joey plenty of room on the last lap, and Joey just destroyed him.
True, maybe Denny had it coming. But to say that was both getting into each other is a reach. Logano wiped Denny out for the win and said "that's what you get."
Though, KyBu may have won without the wreck.
Hamlin said he heard from almost all of his peers – which he found to be "very encouraging" and spirit-boosting -- but not Logano. The wreck was a combination of a racing incident and a product of the drivers' rivalry, he said.
The two former teammates have been feuding since the Daytona 500.
Logano told USA TODAY Sports on Monday that he didn't wreck Hamlin intentionally and didn't realize he was injured when he told Fox: "He probably shouldn't have done what he did last week (at Bristol), so that's what he gets."
relantel wrote:NASCAR says no penalties out of Cali, either from 11/22 incident or Logano-Stewart fight.
shafnutz05 wrote:relantel wrote:NASCAR says no penalties out of Cali, either from 11/22 incident or Logano-Stewart fight.
Which is the right call. I don't share your neutral opinion on Logano though, and I am not really a Hamlin fan at all. I know Hamlin got into Logano coming to the white, but I thought he bumped him on a straightaway? Logano was WAY too aggressive driving the car down in the corner, and shuffled right up into Hamlin to start that accident.
I am not a fan of Logano at all though, ever since the "sliced bread" crap started.
TheHammer24 wrote:I'll admit you're in the majority, Rel, but Denny gave Joey plenty of room. He could have pinned him on the apron the way Joey did to Denny when Denny was going to clear him. He took him right to the wall. I just can't see that as it "not sticking." I love Hamlin thought what do you expect?
Jimmy Spencer railed Loganofor the Hamlin incident and the Stewart block.
Elsewhere Hamlin said 30 "peers" reached out.
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