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Payback at Atlanta Motor Speedway: “Have at it boys,” Gone Wrong

At the 2010 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Media Tour earlier this year, Vice President of Competition, Robin Pemberton, indicated they would give drivers more leeway on the racetrack. “We will say boys, have at it and have a good time.” The incident on Sunday between Carl Edwards and Brad Keselowski was probably not what he had in mind. It began on lap 40 when Edwards was tapped by Keselowski on the restart sending Edwards up the track, into Joey Logano, and into the wall. Late in the race on lap 323, Carl Edwards, who was over 100 laps down, hit Keselowski sending him into the wall. Keselowski bounced off the wall, went airborne and onto his roof. This dramatically ended Brad’s day and his shot at a sixth place finish. The sha...

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