Kyle Busch calls Joey Logano two-faced, again (Video)

Kyle Busch hints at payback after getting turned by Joey Logano in the Clash at the Coliseum

On Sunday night, the 2023 NASCAR season began with an exhibition race in Los Angeles, California. The 1/4-mile bullring inside of the LA Coliseum quickly turned into something of a demo derby.

View the Joey Logano vs Kyle Busch incident below.

Kyle Busch and Joey Logano have a long history. The two have even scrapped following a 2017 crash at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

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On Sunday night, with just 65 laps to go of 150, Logano turned Kyle Busch. As he got on the brakes, it appeared that Logano had an issue. He missed the bottom lane completely and washed across the track, clipping Busch who was on the outside lane with Austin Dillon to his inside.

“He went a long way to get there,” Tony Stewart commented.

Busch was 6th at the time of the incident. Logano was in 7th.

Following the incident, Busch is now noting that payback is likely. Though, he isn’t just referring to the incident at The Clash.

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Joey Logano takes fault

“I screwed up,” Logano told Bob Pockrass.

“I don’t know why. It’s still kind of a misread to me. Cause, I refired and I came off of turn two, awful with no rear grip. Then, I went down into the corner and I still had no rear grip and slid into the No. 8.”

“Thankfully, he was fast enough to get all the way back up there. I felt pretty bad.”

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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – FEBRUARY 05: Martin Truex Jr., driver of the #19 Bass Pro Shops Toyota, (C) winner, Austin Dillon, driver of the #3 Get Bioethanol Chevrolet, (L) second place and Kyle Busch, driver of the #8 BetMGM Chevrolet, third place pose for photos on the podium after the NASCAR Clash at the Coliseum at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on February 05, 2023 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

“Logano didn’t get hit by nobody. Just flat out, drove through me,” Kyle Busch stated from the media center after the race.

“He’s got another one coming. I owe him a few.”

“Last year, there was some bumping and banging but we could run long stretches of green flag action. Today, I would call it a disaster, just with the disrespect from everybody. You know, just driving through each other.”

“But, it’s a tight 1/4-mile. Actually, this is probably how it should have gone last year. So, we got spoiled with a good show the first year. Maybe this is just normal.”

Clash Race Results: February 5, 2023 (NASCAR Cup Series)

Kyle Busch has more to say

“I definitely am behind on that young buck. So, one of these days I need to start getting back on the horse and grabbing it by the horns, I guess you’d say,” Kyle Busch stated via Sirius XM Radio, hinting at payback.”

“It’s really unfortunate to be raced by guys that are so two-faced. We were in the TV booth tonight together and we were done with that, he’s like, ‘Good luck tonight.’ “

It’s not the first time Busch has called Logano two-faced. He said the same thing back in 2021.

Kyle Busch still doesn’t like two-faced NASCAR driver Joey Logano (Video)

He added, “He wrecks me. Don’t even talk to me if you’re going to be that kind of asshole on the racetrack.”

Clash Race Results: February 5, 2023 (NASCAR Cup Series)

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