This week’s edition of Scan All reveals the sights and sounds of the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway.
In a race that featured a race record 14 cautions, emotions were high.
When the competition caution was moved up, Kyle Busch wasn’t aware of the change.
“So that last yellow became the comp yellow?” Busch, racing without suspended crew chief Adam Stevens, radioed his team. “Nobody communicated that.”
Told it was, Busch responded: “I need my crew chief back.”
He wasn’t the only one frustrated during the race.
“That damn 95 wrecks me one more time,” Elliott said after sliding through the grass. “What in the hell is (his) problem?”
That’s just part of what drivers were saying. Watch the video above to hear it all.