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No he doesn't. (Owe an apology)

 

NASCAR needs a driver with the sack to speak his mind.  Not run and cower behind false apologies and pre-written interviews.

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Brad Keslowski is old school and doesn't give a fug

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Brad Keslowski is old school and doesn't give a fug

 

His interview on PTI put everything into perspective.  Was a great interview.  Unfortunately I can't find it to post it on here, or I would.

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Yes brad should give a full apology to all he offended or be forced to park his car for the rest of the year..there is no room in this sport for someone to have their own opinion that might go against the grain. The respectable, honest never been caught cheating owners should never be talked about negatively . Especially if its the truth.

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No he doesn't. (Owe an apology)

 

NASCAR needs a driver with the sack to speak his mind.  Not run and cower behind false apologies and pre-written interviews.

 

I love an outspoken personality, but he seems to lack credibility.  His facts are wrong.  He might have the right idea about not wanting to share information, but I thought what he said about Gibbs and Hendrick was totally wrong.  It made no sense.

 

It seems his maturity is lacking or he is drinking to much Miller.  He just says off the wall crap.

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You mean wrong as taboo or being incorrect??

DW and Kyle Petty both said that the practice was common and it does go on. I think it was just blown out of proportion.

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He's a pretty mouthy guy considering that he's a former employee of Hendrick. Maybe he should focus on defending his title and winning races instead of taking shots against the guy who let him get his foot in the door. Keselowski is a good driver but last year he essentially won the championship on luck.

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He's a pretty mouthy guy considering that he's a former employee of Hendrick. Maybe he should focus on defending his title and winning races instead of taking shots against the guy who let him get his foot in the door. Keselowski is a good driver but last year he essentially won the championship on luck.

 

Haha!  Worst statement ever.

 

 

You mean like most (if not all) drivers who won a championship through the Chase?

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