Joey Logano had better bring a tank to Martinsville Speedway on April 7.
After the news that Denny Hamlin will be sidelined for about six weeks with injuries sustained from a last-lap wreck with Logano in Sunday's Auto Club 400, there will be no shortage of drivers willing to hand out a little frontier justice – garage style.
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On Tuesday, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series director John Darby ruled "no harm, no foul" after the incident between Logano and Hamlin that ultimately shot the No. 11 Toyota into the pit road wall.
"It was the last lap of the race and the last time they were both going to see Turns 3 and 4," Darby said. "They were side by side. And everything that great competitors do; if somebody was of the mindset to retaliate, they probably would have been lined up nose to tail to start with and somebody would have drove into the other car and spun them around.
"But in this case, that is so far from the opposite that it never ...