Pearn expressed his displeasure in a tweet — only the fourth tweet he’s done in March.
Pearn later apologized for the tweet in a release distributed by Furniture Row Racing.
“Well, I guess you shouldn’t tweet when you’re mad,” he said in the release. “My apologies for being over the line.”
Dale Earnhardt Jr. tweeted his reaction to Pearn’s comment:
Truex told Motor Racing Network after the race that he would race Logano “differently from now on.” Logano took the blame for the incident while they raced for fourth. Truex finished 32nd.