Grading NASCAR's open-wheelers, Speed talks Pussycat Dolls, more
On a day where the Hendrick and Childress teams looked nothing like the ones that dominated the first three weeks, there in the top 10 were
The transition from open-wheel racing to NASCAR isn't easy. For every
While Edwards' punishment, his intent and whether Keselowski's history of aggressive driving meant he had it coming are all being dissected ad nauseam, there's one point that hasn't really been addressed:
What more could Brad K. have done to avoid the incident that set Edwards off?
On Lap 39, the two made contact on the restart, sending Edwards into
After watching the replay of the incident on FOX, Edwards took the blame for causing the contact and said Keselowski's actions weren't as bad as he thought. And ... that's what sets him off?
Look, if there's one thing Keselowski has succeeded at during his short career, it's rubbing people the wrong way and Edwards was near the top on that list before Atlanta. But for Edwards to sit around for almost an hour while repairs are being made and stew about something that he admitted was his fault? Retaliation is one thing, but I'm not sure on this day that Brad K. had it coming.
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