Finger pointing. The blame game. Whatever you want to call it, Saturday’s Sprint All-Star Race was full of confusion. It started with Tony Stewart and Matt Kenseth‘s comments after a six-car wreck in the second segment and continued on social media immediately following the exhibition race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
The format was announced three weeks ago and had been heralded being thought up with the help of Brad Keselowski.
That’s where criticism was directed from Denny Hamlin following the race.
Keselowski, who finished second Saturday night, quickly defended the race.
Other drivers had begun voicing their own confusion during the race, with plenty of jokes to go around.