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Carl Edwards: Did NASCAR Send Wrong Message When It Said, “Have At It Boys?”

On lap 323 of Sunday's Kobalt Tools 500, Carl Edwards, driver of the No. 99 Aflac-sponsored Roush Fenway Ford Fusion, purposely put Penske Racing driver Brad Keselowski into the wall, causing him to go airborne onto his roof before landing on all four wheels. NASCAR should have known beforehand when they made their announcement before the season began that there was already bad blood flowing around the garage area and all that the drivers needed was the green light to proceed with what they call "retaliation." “This is a contact sport. We want to see drivers mixing it up,” said NASCAR Chairman Brian France. France also added that, “We want to see the emotion of the world's best drivers just as much as everybody else does, ...

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