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NASCAR America: ‘Utter chaos!'; breaking down the Kyle Busch, Joey Logano fight

The last-lap wreck and pit road confrontation between Joey Logano and Kyle Busch ultimately overshadowed Martin Turex Jr.'s win, but the NASCAR America crew isn't convinced blame can be placed on either driver.

Martin Truex Jr. won the Kobalt 400 but the story that has dominated conversation since Sunday is the fight between Joey Logano and Kyle Busch.

NASCAR America adds to the conversation with analysts Jeff Burton, Dale Jarrett and Kyle Petty giving their thoughts on the crash and the resulting scuffle on pit road.

Dale Jarrett: “Every wreck and contact doesn’t have to have a blame, though Kyle Busch is certainly going to defend his stance and say it was Joey Logano’s fault and it was Joey Logano’s fault. But I don’t see anything intentional about what Joey Logano did.”

Kyle Petty: "(The) only part of this whole thing I didn’t appreciate. When Kyle walked up, there was no conversation ... There should have been some conversation. We’ve seen in the past with Jeff Gordon and Brad Keselowski. There was conversation before there was punches thrown.”

Jeff Burton: “Plain and simple it was two drivers that are both aggressive race car drivers. What would have wanted either of them to do differently? Would you have wanted Kyle Busch to lift and let Joey Logano to get by him getting in to Turn 3? Would you have wanted Joey Logano to lift to let Kyle Busch by him getting into Turn 3?”