Brad Keselowski’s car was held in the pits longer than his crew would have hoped at Pocono Raceway this afternoon thanks to a fender slam by one of his crew members that got caught by NASCAR officials. NASCAR told them to put the fender back, and the crew was just like, “What? No.”
Things could barely have gone worse for Brad Keselowski today at Pocono as his 57th-lap stop turned into carnage, throwing bodies, a jack, and a wheel across the pit lane.
Look at this tight little pass. Look and marvel. This is how Kyle Busch got back on the lead lap after being stuck a lap behind. Busch was on fresh tires, but the leaders were not. Since Busch had more speed, he just threaded right on through and got back on the lead lap.
Brad Keselowski is once again at the center of a NASCAR brawl as his squad traded punches with Jeff Gordon's in another display of stock car racing hilarity at Texas Motor Speedway.
In a scene that could have been taken from the Attitude Era, Matt Kenseth ambushed Brad Keselowski tonight after tonight's NASCAR Bank of America 500 in Charlotte.
With 82 laps to go in Sunday's Coca-Cola 600, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. bumped Danica Patrick, causing her to crash, along with Brad Keselowski. Worth noting: Stenhouse Jr. and Patrick are dating. Drama!
We are unabashed fans of Brad Keselowski, because he gave this awesome, boozy victory speech on SportsCenter after winning the Sprint Cup. Keselowski is a good driver and a great interview, but as you can see in the video above, he is a horrendous basketball player.
Brad Keselowski won the Sprint Cup last night, which is a NASCAR thing, I think. After winning the cup he went on SportsCenter to give a post-race interview, at which point he transformed into your semi-drunk friend who always corners you at the bar and insists on on the two of you having a "real ass" conversation…
FOX easily won the ratings battle with a rain-delayed, fire-delayed Daytona 500. There's a lesson here, and I'm pretty sure it's "don't underestimate the drawing power of things blowing up."
This is how we like our Sprint Cup: on a road course, and at a time we're supposed to be working.
They'd suspend a pitcher if he intentionally beaned a batter. They'd suspend a football or hockey player if he intentionally tried to injure an opponent. So NASCAR better suspend Carl Edwards for intentionally sending a rival flying at 190 MPH.