Kenseth confronts Logano after Talladega

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Matt Kenseth and Joey Logano are feuding again.  The two have a storied history dating back several years.  Sunday at Talladega Superspeedway, Kenseth ended the NASCCAR Sprint Cup GEICO 500 after flipping with less than 10 laps to go. And blamed Logano.

On lap 180, Matt Kenseth and Danica Patrick got together after Patrick made contact with Michael McDowell exiting turn 2 while racing for sixth. The Kenseth and Patrick cars shot down towards the inside wall with Patrick’s car hitting the inside wall hard; Kenseth’s car flipped, slid for short time on its rook before flipping back over. Both Patrick and Kenseth climbed from their cars unhurt.

Later Kenseth put the blame for the crash on Logano. Kenseth led 39 laps but finished 23rd.

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