Joey Logano and Ty Gibbs. Photo Credit: Michael Massie via X/Twitter Photo Credit: Michael Massie via X/Twitter

Joey Logano and Ty Gibbs have a history of incidents in the NASCAR Cup Series, and they added a chapter to that feud Saturday night.

The two drivers exchanged words after the Busch Light Clash at the Coliseum, which ran a day ahead of schedule due to severe weather expected Sunday in Los Angeles.

After the race, Michael Massie of Frontstretch captured Logano marching over to Gibbs’ hauler as his Joe Gibbs Racing teammates gathered around.

It’s hard to make out much of their conversation, which began with both drivers looking upset. But they calmed down a bit, even as both appeared to be sending a strong message.

“That’s how we’re going to leave this thing?” Logano appeared to say.

“You hit me the same way,” Gibbs said.

“I didn’t put you … in the wall dude,” Logano responded.

Gibbs appeared to say something along the lines of they had been racing.

“I’ll remember that,” Logano said, turning to walk away. “I’ll remember that just like all the other times.”

“I watched this my whole life, same thing!” Gibbs said, likely referencing Logano’s long history of feuds with other drivers, including longtime Joe Gibbs Racing driver Denny Hamlin.

“Keep watching … keep watching,” Logano said, getting the last word.

Logano and Gibbs memorably tangled in a pair of incidents during the October race at Martinsville Speedway. Gibbs tried to brake check Logano on the final lap as payback for an earlier incident.

Logano finished fourth, while Gibbs came in 18th in the exhibition non-points race Saturday night.

Gibbs explained the beef to Fox Sports’ Bob Pockrass.

Although many NASCAR fans might have been surprised to learn the Clash was moved from Sunday to Saturday night just hours before the event, plenty of them were there on social media to talk about the Gibbs-Logano “discussion.”

[Michael Massie; Photo Credit: Michael Massie via X/Twitter]

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