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Joey Logano strongly demands probe of NASCAR and expect Potential Anger if Similar Move Occurs Next Week

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During the race, Denny Hamlin, driving for Joe Gibbs Racing, was accused by his teammate Martin Truex Jr. of firing off early during the final restart. Truex alleged that Hamlin jumped the restart from the inside lane. After the race, many questions were raised against Denny Hamlin for his late restart lead and Joey Logano sees it differently.

Joey Logano solves the puzzle pieces of the debate

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Talking with SiriusXM NASCAR Radio Joey Logano expressed NASCAR didn’t even call for the review of Denny Hamlin’s move because NASCAR hasn’t officially announced any review not even during the backstretch. According to Joey Logano, it all started after the race when Martin True Jr talked about the jump of Denny Hamlin in the post-race interviews. Joey Logano also expressed his feelings by saying,  “If I get black flagged for doing that next week, I’m gonna be pi**ed.”

Logano also talked about the incident involving Aric Almirola. Joey explained the race and Almirola’s move and said that NASCAR reviewed Aric’s caution speed while there was nothing to review. Joey believes if that was under review then the last restart of the Cup race should definitely be reviewed.

NASCAR reviewed the incident and threw its verdict

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NASCAR did review this pivotal moment. Elton Sawyer, NASCAR’s senior vice president of competition, stated that while it was “awful close,” they deemed Hamlin’s restart to be good. Hamlin was the control vehicle, and despite the scrutiny, NASCAR concluded that the restart was within acceptable bounds

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Despite the controversy, Denny Hamlin emerged victorious in the Toyota Owners 400, while Martin Truex Jr. finished fourth. What do you think about Denny Hamlin’s move? Let us know in the comments.

READ MORE: Denny Hamlin’s Crew Chief “Proud of the Way We Won” Amid the Controversial Action of #11

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I'm Moin Akhunji, a passionate sports writer renowned for my unique storytelling approach. My expertise spans across various sports, notably NASCAR, F1, and IndyCar. I hold a profound admiration for athletes like Chase Elliott and Dale Earnhardt Jr. When I'm not crafting articles, you'll likely find me trekking in the hills, indulging in my favorite hobby.
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