Found October 08, 2012 on Fan View Point:
Tony Stewart does not having a reputation for holding his tongue. He's not one to roll out a "God, team sponsor" type of interview after a race. good or bad, he'll usually tell you where the bear does his business. This was the case on Sunday at Talladega.Smoke was leading as the field headed into turn 3-4 on the final lap Sunday, when Michael Waltrip had a run on him low. Tony turned down to the low line on the racing surface, but misjudged Waltrip's closing rate. Stewart's block resulted in Waltrip getting into the #14, and the two turned sharply to the right, basically collecting the field.“I was trying to win the race, and I was trying to stay ahead of Matt (Kenseth),” said Stewart. “Michael (Waltrip) got a great run on the bottom, had a big head of steam. When I turned down, I turned down across the right-front of his car. A mistake on my part. It cost a lot of people a bad day because of it.” A total of 24 cars were involved in the final melee.“Tony ...

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