MARTINSVILLE, Va. (AP) - Tony Stewart and Joey Logano say their dustup is over. They just haven't said it to each other.
The drivers tangled two weeks ago at the end of the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at California, where Stewart thought Logano had blocked him in the closing laps. Stewart parked his car near Logano's and approached him. There was some shoving, but crew members broke it up quickly.
Stewart says the fracas ``is two weeks ago'' and that he's in Martinsville mode, trying to figure out how to make the three race cars he owns go fast in time for Sunday's race.
Logano says he thinks it's over, too, even though the two have not spoken.
He says the week off between California and Martinsville gave everyone time to ``cool off.''

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