Joey Logano might just be the most hated man in NASCAR Cup Series playoffs right now.
After frustrating defending champion Kyle Busch last weekend, Logano got under the skin of No.9 Chase Elliott on Sunday afternoon at Las Vegas Motor Speedway during the South Point 400. His block of Elliott on a restart set off the annoyance of the Hendrick Motorsports driver.
“Make sure the nose (of my car) is OK from that dips— up there,” Elliott told his team via radio.
“He needs to get sent sooner or later,” Elliott’s team responded.
“Make sure the nose is OK from that dipshit up there,” says Chase Elliott, referring to Joey Logano’s block. The 9 team responds, “He needs to get sent sooner or later.” | #NASCAR
— Kelly Crandall (@KellyCrandall) September 27, 2020
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Joey Logano has never been a favorite driver — considering his back-and-forth with No. 19 Martin Truex Jr. a few years ago — but this is a particularly antagonistic stretch for him.
12 thoughts on “Chase Elliott slams ‘dipsh**’ Joey Logano at Vegas – ‘He needs to get sent sooner or later’”
Chase your better than him that’s why he envy you
Chase Elliott needs to do less talking and more driving. Nobody does less in the final stage of a race then Elliott and I’m a Team Hendrick fan. To finish 22nd with that race car yesterday is inexcusable.
People like you are inexcusable.
Just shut up and Drive,stop being a Crybaby
He’s a cry baby just like Kyle. If you can’t handle it Chase GTFO
Bunch of cry babies , shut the hell up and drive. Joey is a true driver, just like Dale St.
He will never be Dale Sr
It’s easy to blame someone else but the fact is that you can’t get it done
Elliot is a wimpy crybaby…
Seems most of you are judging Chase when you couldn’t begin to drive a nascar car! So maybe you should be the one to hush!!
Between the stage racing and constant rule changes Nascar is slowing ruining the sport. The midway disappeared from outside the tracks thanks to Nascar. The trailers benefited the drivers and Nascar wanted a bigger piece of the action.
Don’t even put him in the same sentence as Dale Sr. He’ll never compare.