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Front to back, Kyle Busch (18), Matt Kennseth (20) Denny Hamlin (11), Jeff Gordon (24) and Jimmy Johnson (48) race down the front stretch on Saturday, May 11, 2013 at the NASCAR Sprint Cup series auto race in Darlington, S.C.  (AP Photo/Willis Glassgow)
Front to back, Kyle Busch (18), Matt Kennseth (20) Denny Hamlin (11), Jeff Gordon (24) and Jimmy Johnson (48) race down the front stretch on Saturday, May 11, 2013 at the NASCAR Sprint Cup series auto race in Darlington, S.C. (AP Photo/Willis Glassgow)
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(AP) Kyle Busch won't be surprised if Kasey Kahne intentionally wrecks him sometime soon.


In fact, Busch says he's already joked with Kahne about a potential payback and even asked him not to make if it happens.


The score is 3-0 in Busch's favor after an incident last Saturday night at Darlington led to Kahne spinning as the two raced for the lead with 30 laps remaining.


Busch on Friday shrugged it off as a product of hard racing, but admitted wrecking Kahne at Daytona and Talladega were mistakes on his part.


Now he waits to see if Kahne will exact his revenge in Saturday night's Sprint All-Star Race. Busch doesn't think Kahne is the kind of guy to intentionally wreck another competitor, but said he'll understand if it happens.


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