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Who would have thought that through five races Joey Logano would be at the center of controversy. Two weeks in a row, contact with Denny Hamlin has shown that the former teammates were not the best of friends. Now after the wild finish at Fontana, Logano has another driver looking to settle a score, Tony Stewart. It all began during the last restart when Logano blocked Stewart’s attempt for the lead. Stewart didn’t take too kindly to the block, despite doing the same last October with worse results. Stewart has already threated to take action versus anyone who dares block him, so I guess Logano should have known what he was getting into. Beyond that, listening to Stewart’s take on what happened seems to indicate that he’s wanted a piece of Logano for awhile now. “Well, Joey (Logano) spun the tires on the restart.  Everybody had trouble with that so, but it’s not my fault that he spun the tires.  For a guy that has been complaining about how everybody else is driving here and then (f...
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