The first to take a hit was
"It was just restarts," Logano said. "There was a slower car in front of us and the 17 (Matt Kenseth) was right in front of me. The slower lapped car -- we all waved around and we were all trying to turn down underneath him and just got loose. I thought I had it saved and over-corrected and went in the wall.
"A little frustrating, but we had a top-10 car today, I think we have a top-10 coming to us here. Maybe even a top-five. We're still on a roll and we've still got a really good race team -- really good cars here so we're not going to let this take us down. We'll go back out there next week and win that one."
Not long after, on Lap 133,
"We're all scrambling on restarts -- everyone is doing everything they can to get position," Hamlin said. "Unfortunately, with the tire change we had, it forces everyone to be aggressive like they were on restarts. We were four-wide and I was on the bottom line, but the 39 (Ryan Newman) tried to stick it right there in the very, very low line and there just wasn't any grip down there. There's not any rubber down there so there was no way his car was going to stick. I knew I was in trouble being on top of him. When he slid up into us, it just spun us around.
"Evidently it knocked something off with either the oil or the fuel -- it caught on fire and that was okay, but when I was stopped I don't know why, but it completely engulfed the whole car.
"I've never actually been in that position before. I'd seen it with other guys, but I've never known what it's actually like but it gets hot. I thought for a second there I was OK. It was just in the back and then something exploded in the front and it caught on fire. Thankfully we got everything that we have safety-wise."