Kyle Busch slams Joey Logano, other lapped drivers for being in the way at Bristol

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After starting from the back of the field in the Bass Pro Shops Night Race because his car failed inspection twice, Busch quickly made his way toward the front at his best track.

By Lap 84 of 500 total at the .533-mile Tennessee short track, he was running in the top 10, and early in the second stage, he took the lead for the first time.

Harvick took the lead from Busch for the final time with 32 laps remaining, and, after finishing second, Busch blamed his inability to pass Harvick and regain the lead on the lapped cars creating traffic.

Later during his post-race Zoom press conference, Busch continued to air his grievances with lapped drivers, particularly Logano, Joey Gase and Garrett Smithley.

“If that lap car wasn’t there, I would have blown it in on the outside or the inside, and maybe we would have banged each other’s doors or whatever and had a greater finish to the checkered.

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