Top 10 New Excuses For Kyle Busch Hitting Brad Keselowski

“I just got too tight up off the corner underneath the 22 (of Keselowski) there and got too close to him, got inside of his wake and I couldn't get the car to turn so I ultimately got into him and spun him out."- Kyle Busch after Kansas Lottery 300 Whether true or not, this reasoning for the wreck Saturday at Kansas Speedway sounds a lot like “the dog ate my homework.” We believe he can do better, so here's a list of ten excuses he rehearse before the next time these two meet…. #10- ...

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BURTON AND BUSCH READY TO MOVE ON

LONG POND, Pa. _ Last weekend’s pit road confrontation between Kyle Busch and Jeff Burton raised many eyebrows in the NASCAR garage, not because of Busch’s actions, but because of Burton’s aggressiveness in confronting the driver of the No. 18. Typically a mild-mannered guy, Burton was on fire following the Coca-Cola 600, pointing his finger at Busch and yelling at him as wife Kim tried her best to pull him away. “He’s real aggressive, and that’s cool,” ...

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JEFF GORDON’S RAGE METER

At Talladega, the world got a rare glimpse inside the subdued, button-down, yet bristling volcano of Jeff Gordon's rage. "The 48 has been testing my patience," Jeff Gordon calmly noted, "and it's about reached its boiling point." With strong words like that, one might think Johnson had just pissed on his hauler.There is no way to read the calm facade of NASCAR's Most Popular Driver.  How can someone discern between Gordon's 'Boiling Point' expression from his 'Pepsi Tast ...

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ARE YOU IN A NASCAR FEUD?

Martinsville showed what happens when folks stop being polite and start getting real.  The gloves came off and surprising feuds simmer to a boil.  Matt Kenseth found himself smack dab in the middle of a Jeff Gordon feud.  A simple bump can become a NASCAR fight. Some feuds are obvious (Carl Edwards and Brad Keselowski have been at it for weeks), but many others are just below the surface.  Here is a handy chart to see if you're in the middle of bitter racing rivalry. ...

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