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Fury at Fontana: Poor Kyle Busch. He won the Auto Club 400 on Sunday, but no one really noticed.

Tony Stewart ran over to Joey Logano’s car and confronted him after the race, shoving the younger driver — who then threw a water bottle at Stewart, the veteran said — before teammates pulled them apart.

“It’s time he learns a lesson,” Stewart said. “He’s run his mouth long enough. … He’s nothing but a little rich kid that’s never had to work in his life, so he’s going to learn what us working guys who had to work our way up [know about] how it works.”

As for Busch …

"Oh, by the way, I won the race today. That might be a story. I’m sure it’s not, though." Sad face. (Photo: Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images)

In case you missed it:  Carl Edwards, driver of the #99 Subway Ford, performs a back flip to celebrate after winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Subway Fresh Fit 500. (Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

In case you missed it:  Carl Edwards, driver of the #99 Subway Ford, performs a back flip to celebrate after winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Subway Fresh Fit 500. (Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

'I can’t believe it. Of all the people to hit, bloody Bradley Wiggins'

Bradley Wiggins was released from hospital on Thursday following his bike crash as British Cycling announced that Shane Sutton, the team’s head coach, had also been knocked off his bike.

Wiggins, who won the Tour de France and Olympic gold this year, spent Wednesday night in hospital with minor rib injuries and cuts and bruises after being knocked off his bike by a van outside a petrol station while on a training ride near his home in Lancashire, northern England. (Photos: JEFF PACHOUD/AFP/Getty Images; REUTERS/Phil Noble)

Kimi Raikkonen of Finland drives on his way to winning the Abu Dhabi Formula One Grand Prix. (Photo by Mark Thompson/Getty Images). Find more of the weekend’s best photos here: http://natpo.st/TtNfc8

Kimi Raikkonen of Finland drives on his way to winning the Abu Dhabi Formula One Grand Prix. (Photo by Mark Thompson/Getty Images). Find more of the weekend’s best photos here: http://natpo.st/TtNfc8

Former Formula One driver Alex Zanardi of Italy has won the gold medal in the 16-kilometre handcycling time trial at the 2012 London Paralympics. The two-time CART champion lost both legs in 2001 race car crash in Germany.

Former Formula One driver Alex Zanardi of Italy has won the gold medal in the 16-kilometre handcycling time trial at the 2012 London Paralympics. The two-time CART champion lost both legs in 2001 race car crash in Germany.