Joey Logano and Brad Keselowski had a spat after the two drivers clashed in the Daytona 500 race earlier this season.
It seemed that Keselowski, in a bid to overcome the first-placed Logano, took his teammate out of the race. Both of them crashed out, and Michael McDowell won the race.
While there was a verbal dispute between the Team Penske teammates, they seemed to have cleared out any conflict. Speaking about the conversation he had with Keselowski, Logano revealed:
“Yeah, we’re fine. We had a good conversation. Everything I’d hoped it would be, very honest and open. I think today we were around each other a bit and raced each other fine. I think everything’s going to be good moving forward. It’s a healthy conversation.
“Probably glad we waited a few days to cool our jets, but ended up being a productive conversation.”
Logano further stressed the importance of being a healthy relationship with a teammate by comparing it with a marriage.
“When you’re married to somebody, you have to figure it out. You’re married, you don’t just leave, it’s supposed to be forever. When you have a conflict or a difference in opinion, you have to talk about it.”