Angry Carl Edwards causes frightening...

Angry Carl Edwards causes frightening crash when he retaliates against Brad Keselowski at Atlanta

There are 5 comments on the Scene Daily story from Mar 7, 2010, titled Angry Carl Edwards causes frightening crash when he retaliates against Brad Keselowski at Atlanta. In it, Scene Daily reports that:

Carl Edwards spins Brad Keselowski in the Kobalt Tools 500 in retaliation for an earlier crash.

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BubbaJ

United States

#1 Mar 8, 2010
Carl didn't appear mad about it, he just was teching Keselowski that he could return what keselowski dished out to him. Keselowski has needed this lesson for a while. Look how many times he has taken out Carl and many other drivers; but Nascar said nothing, though they talk to Keselowski last fall about his "aggressive driving". Soon as Carl sends him air born Kaselowski is sucking his thumb and call for Edward's head. He's like a bully that got his butt kicked by someone he'd been kicking around. If you can't take it, quit disking it out to other.

“How We Roll”

Since: Nov 08

Area 51, Nevada

#2 Mar 8, 2010
BubbaJ wrote:
Carl didn't appear mad about it, he just was teching Keselowski that he could return what keselowski dished out to him. Keselowski has needed this lesson for a while. Look how many times he has taken out Carl and many other drivers; but Nascar said nothing, though they talk to Keselowski last fall about his "aggressive driving". Soon as Carl sends him air born Kaselowski is sucking his thumb and call for Edward's head. He's like a bully that got his butt kicked by someone he'd been kicking around. If you can't take it, quit disking it out to other.
That was a completely inappropriate response for any driver to do what he did regardless of the circumstances. If Carl threw respect for the sport to the wind and went out there to take matters into his own hands, then he should be wise enough to realize the severity of the consequences for his actions.

I hope NASCAR responds with penalties harsh enough to make a statement to other drivers NEVER to come back onto the track from many laps down to sabotage somebody else's race. There's a time and a place for beating and banging and that's when it's in effort to improve your position.
long gone silvers

Perry, GA

#3 Mar 13, 2010
GO BRAD YOUR MY MAN!
Avenger

Cleveland, OH

#5 Mar 20, 2010
On the contrary, Carl showed his respect for the sport when he used racing's oldest solution to being spun by a dirty driver. Rusty, Dale, and Donnie were masters of this.

NASCAR was true to its word about letting the boys race. Get used to it, or get a new sport to follow.
Lumpy

Hampstead, MD

#6 Mar 20, 2010
oops

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