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The media covering motorsports in the States are no different than the demographics of the posters on this site, there are sensible ones, there ones that like to stir the pot, and then there are the ones whom sensationalize things to make stories out of non-stories. Busch was wrongly convicted during the event by Allgaier, whom believed he was bumped by Busch, although replays confirmed that there was no contact between the cars, and he chose to repeatedly attempt to wreck Busch. Busch remained composed and made no attempt to retaliate. Upon completion of the race, the two drivers discussed their differences and seemed to have the matter resolved. Then along comes a reporter, whom wanted to get things stirred up again. Although, in hindsight, it would have been more appropriate to walk simply away from the reporter, the reporter should have had the common sense not to push the issue with a driver after a frustrating race.