Unhappy with contact from Kurt Busch late in Saturday night's Toyota Owners 400, Tony Stewart and Busch rubbed doors down the backstretch on the cool-down lap and exchanged shouts over Busch's car after they emerged from their vehicles at their haulers.
But unlike Friday night, the disagreement on the cool-down lap didn't lead to any (low) blows.
Stewart restarted fifth after taking two tires on pit road while Busch restarted 10th on four fresh tires. On the penultimate lap, Busch made contact with Stewart's rear bumper, contact that sent Stewart up the racetrack and out of the groove.
"You cold just tell. Green-white-checker, everybody's going to put on tires, some guys were going to do two, some guys stayed out, and it's just a free-for-all," Busch said. "There's rubber buildup in the outside groove, there's cars sliding up with old tires, so I don't know what the 14's upset about. I got hit from behind, I got hit from every which way, so did he."
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