Joey Logano might have ruffled the feathers of Martin Truex Jr. and the No. 78 team in Martinsville, but he’s simply backing up what he’s said in the past.In January during NASCAR Media Day in Charlotte, Logano was asked what competitors do on-track that gets under his skin.Bumping someone in the final corner of the final lap was not one of them.RELATED: Debate: To bump or not to bump? | Is Truex too nice of a driver?“When I see a competitor do something, besides straight up dumping somebody, I understand why they did it,” Logano said nine months ago. “I don’t really get too mad at them because I’ll be guilty of the same thing in two laps, I’m sure.“I’d be a hypocrite if I’d get mad at somebody for doing something I’m going to do the same thing to, or already have done the same thing to,” he added. “We’re all out there with one goal. I don’t think it really gets under my skin, it’s just a part of the game.”Moments after Sunday’s thrilling finish, Truex was adamant that Logano “ain’t winning the damn war.” He added, “what goes around, comes around.”Based on Logano’s comments in January, he knows to expect it.