A full 100% of the people whining about NASCAR drivers being bad role models for the impressionable youth of America watched EVERY SINGLE SECOND of last night’s donnybrook, without changing the channel.
Brad Keselowski is the most over-aggressive, inconsiderate, self-centered, bulldozer-driving, “I’d wreck my grandma for a win” a-hole in the history of NASCAR. Unless you count Curtis Turner, Dale Earnhardt, Sr. and Ernie Irvan. If you count them, he’s fourth. Maybe fifth. Bobby Allison could be pretty tough, as well.
If the late Dale Earnhardt, Sr. had done what Keselowski did last night, they’d erect another statue in his honor.
Let one overexcited Kasey Kahne crewmember throw a punch at Brad Keselowski, and everyone wants to compare NASCAR to professional wrestling. Why doesn’t anyone ever compare the National Hockey League to the WWE? Those guys fight all the time!
With partial credit to the NRA, it seems to me that fender flares don’t cut tires. Drivers running into each other cut tires.
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Television has bigger problems than the word, “Dipshit.” The Kardashians, for instance.
See? I KNEW you would read it!!!
Kevin Harvick’s “If you are going to run into people all the time, you have to fight your own fight” statement was pretty bad-ass. It would have been even MORE bad-ass if he hadn’t pushed Keselowski from behind, then beat feet for the safety of his motorhome. But I quibble…
Is it too late for Phoenix and Homestead to add more seats?
“Holding onto each other and grabbing… that's one thing. When punches are landed, it's a different scenario.” – NASCAR’s Robin Pemberton. Apparently, those same guidelines apply to honeymoons.