During Wednesday night's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway, Kyle Busch and Elliott Sadler raced hard at the front of the field. As Busch tried to clear Sadler off the corner, he found out the hard way he was not clear and Busch's truck made hard contact with the outside wall.
Upset with the incident, Busch slowed on the track and intentionally wrecked Sadler, who was still racing for the win.
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When asked if he believed Sadler had wrecked him intentionally, Busch said he was sure of it, asking "Where does his paycheck come from?...He wrecked us and I'm not going to put up with it."
Although he was running a truck owned by Joe Denette Wednesday evening, Sadler races full-time in the Nationwide Series for Kevin Harvick. Given their past rivalry, Busch made the quick assumption Sadler received orders to take him out.
On Friday at Bristol, Busch said he had not watched any video of Wednesday night's incident, but had a talk with Sadler, adding that "it was all good."
"It's over, it's done with, it's in the past," he said. "We agreed on some things. It was a delightful conversation."
When Harvick was asked about the incident Friday at Bristol, he reminded everyone he was not involved and had no reason to talk with Busch.
"You would hope that he went back and watched the race," he said. "The first thing that happened was he shoved Sadler up the track and then he got mad that Elliott ran in the back of him, and then he drove over the front of him and wrecked himself.
"Old Kyle I guess showed up this last week, and really laid into the fact that he was kind of pouting because he was getting his butt whipped I guess. If he keeps running his mouth he might get it whipped again off the track."