A week after retreating to their respective corners, the two main combatants from the end of last weekend’s NASCAR Cup Series race at Darlington Raceway arrived at Kansas Speedway.
In the six days that passed, they viewed and weighed the evidence.
But there’s no changing the minds of Joey Logano and William Byron.
“What happened last week happened,” Logano told reporters Saturday (May 14). “I still stand by the things like I said last week. I got fenced, I retaliated and I won the race. … I won’t get pushed around. So in my book, we’re back even. We reset and go again.”
Byron didn’t get the same memo as Logano.
“No, no,” Byron responded when asked if he and the Team Penske driver were “even.”
However, Byron was later asked if he owes his own payback to Logano.
“No, I just said it wasn’t even,” Byron said. “As soon as we got in for practice here (at Kansas), you’re on to the next thing. But you don’t forget how people race.”
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