Six days have passed since Joey Logano collided with William Byron from behind in Round 3 on the final lap at Darlington to win. On Saturday, however, Logano said his view remained the same as the Cup Series heading into Sunday’s race at Kansas Speedway.
Before AdventHealth 400, the 2018 Series Cup champion warned Byron that an end would come his way if he decided to get revenge on his ex in Kansas.
In a media interview, the driver left a message for Byron that if he kept pacing back and forth, Logano would slouch around, which wouldn’t be good for his driver in the long run. Hendrick Motorsports. He went on to state that now both are on the right track.
“Honestly, if he wanted to keep going back and forth, I would keep swinging. I don’t think it’s a good play for him in the long run. Like I said, I feel like we’re even. He’s willing to take the lead that way. I’m willing to lead back in the same way. He might keep going, but I can promise you I’ll keep going and I’ll get bigger each time. ”
“I stick to what I said last week” – Joey Logano
Team Penske driver Joey Logano said his views remained the same towards William Byron following last week’s incident. Then he said they were even in his books and suggested they rebook and continue on Sunday at the 1.5-mile Kansas Highway.
“What happened last week happened, right? I’ve got a fence. I stick to what I said last week. I hit the hurdles, retaliated, and won the race. Like I said last week, that’s just how it works. I won’t be pushed around. So in my book, we’re getting back to uniformity. You reset and go again. ”
Meanwhile, the 31-year-old Connecticut-born driver started Sunday’s Cup Series race at Kansas Speedway from 34th place. It remains to be seen whether he can hit a streak of wins after last week’s win.
https://www.sportskeeda.com/nascar/news-i-don-t-think-that-s-good-play-long-run-joey-logano-words-advice-william-byron-retaliates-darlington-clash?utm_source=feed&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=sportskeeda “I don’t think that’s a good play for him in the long run”