FONTANA, Calif. (AP) - Carl Edwards passed on one chance to pay back Kyle Busch. Given another shot, it's seeming more apparent that he might not hold back.
The recent spat between Edwards and Busch started at Phoenix, where Busch sent Edwards, the polesitter, into the wall. Edwards said afterward that he owed Busch one, even though Busch apologized after the race.
The two hashed it out at Las Vegas the following week, but Edwards was still thinking about it when he got close to Busch last week at Bristol. Edwards chose not to get into Busch there, but again brought up the owe-you-one sentiment.
Busch and Edwards are still talking about the payback issue in Fontana, so it could get interesting if they're close late in Sunday's race.

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