When we last saw NASCAR in action, at Fontana, there was a last-lap crash among the leaders, a post-race brawl between Joey Logano and Tony Stewart, and an ambulance was taking away an injured Denny Hamlin.
Now, after a week off for Easter, the Sprint Cup Series heads to the cramped, half-mile Martinsville (Va.) Speedway for its next race Sunday. And all eyes will be on Logano and Stewart to see if their feud surfaces again.
"You have to know what's going on and watch out for the dramas," driver Ryan Newman told reporters Tuesday. "I don't know if there will be retaliation, I don't know if they'll talk and never have retaliation. Who knows?"
Stewart got into a shoving match with Logano after the race at Auto Club Speedway because Stewart was irate at how Logano had blocked him on the final restart.