"I didn’t see much," Edwards said afterwards. "I was trying to give Kurt (Busch) a little room, it looked like he got choked up and as I looked at the replay it looked like I moved down a little and (Kyle) Larson got underneath me. I don’t think he meant to do it, but it surprised me. I didn’t know he was that close. We’ll just chalk it up to racing."
For his part, Larson was apologetic about the contact.
"From my view, I got a run on the 19 (Edwards) to go to the bottom to be three-wide.," Larson said. "The 41 (Kurt Busch) and him were outside of me. Not sure if Carl got loose, went to block me, or if I came up or what. I got into him, turned him into the inside wall. So I feel bad about that, if it was my fault. Even if it’s not my fault, I feel bad about that."