NASCAR: Who Had The Best & Worst Week Ever (Bristol)

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The Worst Week Ever – Joey Logano and Kevin Harvick

Yes, it’s a tie, sorry.

Logano and Harvick both came into Bristol chasing history (Martin Truex Jr. was chasing history also and he to isn’t any longer). Both men had seven consecutive top-10 finishes to start the season and both were looking for eight on their way to the record of 11. Unfortunately, things did not go as planned for either of them.

What’s worse is that neither of them are really responsible for not running well.

Logano was taken out early when his teammate Brad Keselowski spun in front of him and collected his No. 22 machine. Logano was running in the top-five at the time of the wreck. Harvick was also in the top-five when cars wrecked in front of him and he couldn’t slow down fast enough and he hit the stopped car of David Ragan. Both wrecks resulted in both drivers finishing outside of the top-35.

Wrecking is never good, getting caught up in someone else’s mess is ever worse.

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