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Brad Keselowski summoned by NASCAR following more on-track incidents with Denny Hamlin

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Stoshew - Unregistered

November 16, 2009 3:10 PM

Oh great... we finally get a little bit of a fierce, trash talking rivalry brewing between a couple of drivers and NASCAR steps in and says, "Hey young guy, why don't you pick and choose your battles a little bit"... Meanwhile, Denny's been talking lately about how he wants more of a voice with NASCAR on the Cup level... Well, I guess he's getting his way... He's even got Brian France speaking up for him... Meanwhile, another potential GREAT REASON TO WATCH (to see 2 racers going at it hard) just left the building... Was racing EVER meant to be so sterile!?

Tony - Unregistered

November 17, 2009 7:44 AM

I don't think Nascar should have gotten involved. They are going to kill the sport by making it sooo boring.

Jimmy Johnson is going to win 4 in a row and no one cares. Brad should take Jimmy out to create some excitement and give Mark the championship...Come on Brad, you can do it!

Be yourself Brad, drive Hard and don't listen to France or you turn into Carl Edwards, Oh golly gee, it was awesome out there, I am sorry to Danny and his crew. Someone give me some apple pie to have in my Ford....Pleeeasseee!!! :?

DD - Unregistered

November 18, 2009 10:10 PM

I like Denny Hamlin OK but he needs to learn what Smoke had don't own the track man!!! There are 42 other drivers out there trying to win also and nobody needs to bow and get out of the way for another driver just because he has "seniority". Do you remember a guy named Earnhardt Sr? Has a reputation as one of the greatest drivers of the sport and one of the reasons he was so great is because he was AGGRESSIVE!!! Give 'em hell Brad!!!

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