It is natural that the track "would want to build on" the drama around the wreck, but Kenseth's actions resulted in a two-race suspension, the "harshest penalty ever to a Sprint Cup driver for an on-track incident."
That begs the question of if Kenseth's role in wrecking Logano "warranted suspension, does the track condone it — and even celebrate it — by putting it in a commercial?" Martinsville Speedway President Clay Campbell said that he "wouldn't use any highlight of a crash if someone gets hurt."
However, no one got hurt, and Campbell said NASCAR's handling of the two drivers "is between them." Campbell: "What do people want me to show? The pace lap? I mean, really. … I get paid to sell tickets. I don't think that (ad) crossed over the line. … I wouldn't think twice about it." ESPN.com