Yeah, Travis Kvapil is frustrated.
So is Danica Patrick, as she's crashed out twice in the last three Sprint Cup races. But both of those times, she's taken Kvapil with her.
Sunday at Pocono, Patrick was on the inside of Kvapil in Pocono's turn two -- the tunnel turn -- and her car got loose. As her car washed up the track and started to spin around, she clipped Kvapil's car and sent him spinning. Patrick also collected Jeff Burton and Paul Menard in the accident.
In New Hampshire, Patrick's car snapped around as she entered turn one with Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Kvapil ahead of her. She got into Stenhouse and Kvapil was collateral damage. A driver in the wrong place at the wrong time.
After Pocono, he fired off this tweet:
Well, once again...We had a great car today! Solid run all day and in position for a great finish...But then we got wrecked...AGAIN! #FIBS
— Travis Kvapil (@TravisKvapil) August 4, 2013
Kvapil is from Janesville, Wisconsin, and Patrick from Roscoe, Illinois. Unsure of what #FIBS is? Well, here's a helpful link. (Warning, adult language at the link)
Following the New Hampshire crash, Patrick apologized and was remorseful for the crash, though Kvapil told the Sporting News that he hadn't heard personally from Patrick and expected one after Pocono. Will he get it? Or is that against the protocol for nasty northern border wars?
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