Kyle Busch called Joey Logano two-faced after the latest incident in the Clash at the Coliseum
Joey Logano and Kyle Busch have a long history of not getting along on the race track. That fire was re-ignited last weekend in The Clash at the Coliseum.
Hear from Joey Logano below.
The two drivers once threw punches after a race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Blood was drawn as they left the scene in a pile of crew members.
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In the incident last week, Logano says he failed to clean his tires on the restart. And when he went into turn three, he locked up the brakes completely. A slid through the corner and clipped Busch in the left rear, sending him for a loop.
After the race, Kyle Busch called Logano “Two-faced” and it’s not the first time he’s called him that very phrase. Yesterday, Logano responded to those comments…
Kyle Busch calls Joey Logano two-faced, again (Video)
Joey Logano agrees that he’s two-faced
“Did I make a mistake? Yes, I overcooked it into the corner,” Joey Logano stated via his Behind the Wheel podcast.
“I got loose. Was it on purpose? Obviously, not. I was out of control, into the corner.”
Logano added, “I did not clean my tires off, good enough. I sent it in their too hard and had the slide for life thing going.”
“Should he be mad at me? Yes. He should be. It was a mistake, it wasn’t on purpose. But, I did wreck him. Thankfully he got back up there which made it a little better.”
“Am I sorry? Yes.”
“Am I two-faced? Yes, I am! Do I think anything’s wrong with that? No, I don’t.”
“I’ve heard Kyle say that before, that I’m two-faced. That’s fine. I have a switch that I flip when it’s time to go racing. I am out there to win, I have to do what I have to do, to win.”
“Luckily, I know how to shut that off. So, when I get out of the race car, in Kyle’s words, ‘I’m not a complete a-hole all the time’. That’s better than being an a-hole 100% of the time. At least it’s only when I’m in the race car.”
“Am I two-faced? I agree with him, 100%! I have a job to do out there. Nice guys finish last. I can’t be a nice guy when I am competing for a lot of people that help work on the car.”
“But, I can’t be that guy when I get out of the car because that’s not who I am. A race car gives you an opportunity to be somebody you’re not.”
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