NASCAR racers Kyle Busch and Joey Logano began boxing at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, after the Kobalt 400. Busch walked over to Logano and sucker punched him in retaliation for Logano’s last-lap collision with Busch, that sent him back to 22nd place. Both drivers were separated by NASCAR officials.
Logano explained that the contact was unintentional. The collision was in fact caused by a failure on Brad Keselowski’s Penske Ford, who was the leader at that moment.
“I probably caused that wreck at the end,” Keselowski admitted. “I just couldn’t get out of the way.”
Busch ended up bleeding from the forehead. He had to be taken to the the medical center to get his cut cleaned up.