Fans weren't the only ones confused by the strategies in Sunday's race, apparently Joey Logano had a hard time keeping track of things too.
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The always-active NASCAR Twittersphere was certainly abuzz this weekend as the series rolled into Phoenix International Raceway.
Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race wasn't the easiest race to follow along with. Multiple strategies up and down pit road had drivers and teams on roughly three differing pit strategies throughout the entire event.
While it was tough for the outside viewer, it was apparently also tough on the competition.
TALLADEGA, AL - OCT. 19: Miguel Paludo, driver of the No. 32 Duroline Chevrolet, slides down the track on his roof as Darrell Wallace Jr., driver of the No. 54 Camping World / Good Sam Toyota, Jeb Burton, driver of the No. 4 Arrowhead / Kangaroo Express Dodge, Justin Lofton, driver of the No. 6 Lofton Cattle Chevrolet, and Kyle Busch, driver of the No. 51 ToyotaCare Toyota, crash on the last lap of the Camping World Truck Series Fred's 250 Powered By Coca-Cola at Talladega Superspeedway on Oct. 19, 2013 in Talladega, Ala
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Whenever it comes to Talladega, the threat of the 'Big One' is always there.
The anticipation looms every corner of every lap, every move, and every bobble.
As Saturday's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race came to a close, the tension was reaching a boiling point. On the final lap, the lid was blown off as a massive wreck in the tri-oval broke out collecting a total of 12 trucks.
The incident began when Jeb Burton got into the right rear of Kyle Busch's truck. Busch's No. 51 turned down the track, hitting Miguel Paludo in the right rear, flipping his truck on its roof. As the rest of the field piled into the wreck, Johnny Sauter was able to drive away for the win. Behind him, however, carnage ensued.
Jimmie Johnson appeared on FOX Sports Live Sunday night to talk about his sixth NASCAR championship. In the one-on-one interview with Dan O'Toole, he was also asked about McNabb's controversal comments about drivers not being athletes.