Logano Wants Peace at Penske Following Daytona 500 Crash

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.—A truce has yet to be called in the Team Penske camp amid friction following the last lap Daytona 500 crash between teammates Joey Logano and Brad Keselowski. Logano was leading Keselowski when Keselowski pulled out to attempt a race-winning pass, a move that caused contact that triggered a fiery eight-car wreck. Three of the cars involved were Fords fielded by Penske. Logano had yet to speak to Keselowski by Friday—he said “it’s probably best to cool your jets a little bit before the conversation happens”—but planned to talk before the two raced again for the sake of the Penske organization. The two race Sunday on the road course at Daytona. “The goal is to move on and not say, ‘You raced me hard, so I’m going to race you hard’ and now we’re beating the doors off of each other every week and it grows and grows …

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