By Brendan Maloy
October 25, 2013

Brad Keselowski thinks doctor's will play to big a rile in NASCAR's new concussion protocol. Brad Keselowski has concerns about NASCAR's new concussion protocols. (Ranier Ehrhardt/ Getty Images)

Brad Keselowski is speaking out against the new concussion protocol NASCAR has put in place for the 2014 season, reports the Associated Press.

Keselowski is taking exception to the amount of latitude the examining doctors will have in diagnosing when a player is concussed and when they recovered and can return to the track. The defending Sprint Cup Series champion said that danger is inherent in the sport:

'Doctors aren't risk-takers. We are. That's what makes our sport what it is and when you get doctors involved, it waters down our sport.'

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