Newman: 'He’s Got One Coming'

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Newman's day ended in the garage, snapping his streak of five consecutive top 10s at Pocono. (Photo: Jeff Wackerlin)

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Ryan Newman is not happy with AJ Allmendinger after the two made contact in Sunday’s Axalta “We Paint Winners” 400 at Pocono Raceway.

Newman's streak of consecutive top-10 finishes at Pocono Raceway came to an end Sunday when he was involved in an incident with Allmendinger on lap 141.

The Richard Childress Racing driver had finished in top-10 in five previous starts and was running inside the first 10 when the incident broke out.

Allmendinger, who was battling Newman for seventh, appeared to slide up the track just a little as the duo raced through Turn 1 and made contact with the left-rear of Newman’s car in the outside lane. That caused the No. 31 Chevrolet to hit the wall and Newman’s day ended with a severely damaged car.

“It’s pretty obvious what happened,” Newman said. “The No. 47 (Allmendinger) just ran out of talent. He has got one coming now.”

Allmendinger finished 38th after the radiator was damaged in his Chevrolet.

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