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No Suspension for Carl Edwards: NASCAR Slap on the Wrist More Appropriate

At 12:30 Eastern time, NASCAR President Mike Helton took to the airwaves to deliver what racing fans around the country have been waiting to hear. The situation began unfolding on lap 40 of the Kobalt Tools 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway, and came full circle when Edwards used the right front bumper of his car to send Brad Keselowski flying into the turn one catch fence. Helton made it clear in his short speech that NASCAR will not tolerate this kind of behavior at any level. While speculation and the the build up to this announcement has been monumental, the delivery of the penalty was short and to the point. “Carl will be put on probation for the next three NASCAR events, and we're sure he understands what that means.&rdquo...

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