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"He returned the car, nobody got hurt and for that we're grateful," Hubbell said. "We know that he is definitely remorseful. He's owned up to it, and we appreciate that. I think people recognize that this was an issue that the car didn't go fast all by itself, and the driver was testing its capabilities."
The cars are usually made available to potential buyers at test tracks on weekends, but that did not accommodate Busch and Hamlin's schedules so one was made available to them, said Lexus spokesperson Nancy Hubbell.