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Stewart: He and Busch on ‘same page’ after wreck

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Tony Stewart called his last-lap dust up with Kyle Busch at Daytona International Speedway last weekend "just a part of racing," and Busch apparently agrees.

Stewart said he spoke to Busch on Tuesday and that the two NASCAR stars were on the "same page" following the accident that sent Busch to the infield care center and Stewart to Victory Lane in the final moments of the 400-mile race on Saturday night.

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