Found March 16, 2012 on Fox Sports:
Thunder Valley is famous for its own March Madness. And plenty of drivers will enter Bristol Motor Speedway this weekend with unfinished business -- dating from this season or last. Combine 43 race cars with a half-mile short track, and tempers are bound to flare. In these tight confines, it's the perfect recipe for retaliation among rivals. Throughout 2011, there was no contest as heated as the one between Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch. These guys despise each other on many levels -- as both drivers and owners. When Busch established Kyle Busch Motorsports, he hired Rick Ren from Kevin Harvick Inc. at the end of 2009 to be his director of competition. The on-track escapades occurred later that year and escalated in the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway -- when, with 25 laps remaining in the Ford 400, Harvick turned Busch's No. 18 M&Ms Toyota into a chocolate fondue inferno and claimed that Busch "raced me like a clown all day." Last year's dus...
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