Brad Keselowski was not pleased with Kyle Busch after the two made contact late in Saturday’s NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Kansas Speedway.
Busch was trying to take second place from Keselowski when he ran into the No. 22 car sending Keselowski into the wall. Keselowski’s day was over as the driver ran to the infield care center.
Ater the race Keselowski reminded everyone that since he was not in the Chase he had nothing to lose, suggesting he could sabotage Busch’s Chase chances.
When asked about the potential of Keselowski to ruin his Sprint Cup title hopes Busch was quick to point out that Keselowski dumped him last year at Watkins Glen. Busch said he allowed Keselowski to battle Jimmie Johnson for the title and expected the same in return.
The No. 54 and No. 22 cars are competing for the Nationwide Series owner championship.