FORT WORTH, Texas -- Matt Kenseth couldn't be on the track Sunday, but he made his presence felt online.
After Jimmie Johnson passed Brad Keselowski with four laps remaining without contact Sunday for the win, Kenseth made reference to Logano's spinning him three weeks earlier for the win at Kansas -- contact France had called "quintessential NASCAR."
Kenseth was clearly still angry over the Kansas move, which he felt was intentional and for which Logano showed no remorse, when last week at Martinsville Speedway, a 10-laps-down Kenseth crashed Logano while Logano was leading the race. NASCAR suspended Kenseth for two weeks.
Kenseth also quipped when asked about France's quintessential comment: "I don't know what that word means. I wasn't very good in high school."
"Clearly he was watching and bored at home," Johnson said of Kenseth's tweet. "That's a nice buzz word. ... Thank you, buddy. I don't know how to even answer that."
Kenseth's replacement, Erik Jones, finished 12th Sunday.