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Carl Edwards’ Completely Unnecessary Payback Attempt

On lap 41 of the Kobalt Tools 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Carl Edwards was nudged by Brad Keselowski, which sent the No. 99 Scotts/Aflac Ford into the wall and eventually, Joey Logano.  Edwards spent most of the rest of the race in the garage, but came back toward the end of it to rack up additional points. Keselowski was having by far his strongest race in his new ride—the No. 12 Mopar/FloTV Dodge—for Roger Penske Racing. With five laps to go, Edwards, who was 156 laps down, caught up to Keselowski, who was running in the sixth position.  Edwards tried to hit Keselowski but missed, and almost crashed again.  The next lap, Edwards hit Keselowski and sent him airborne, causing the roof of the car to smash into t...

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