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Will the “Have At It Boys” Philosophy Cost a Driver More Than a Victory?

"He ain't gonna kill my boy!" Six words that present an endless array of emotions. Brad Keselowski could see the checkered flag. The next thing he saw was a concrete wall. He then felt the t-bone of several cars, never getting to the start/finish line. The evidence on Carl Edwards' car stuck out like a sore thumb. The crushed fender and flat left-front tire told the story. The destroyed car of Keselowski told the rest. Since NASCAR decided to go back to basics and bring back the "have at it boys" mentality, it's had some good and some bad moments. We as fans love having the drivers be themselves when it comes to incidents on the track. When they were kept in a box, they had to be careful what they said or how they acted. It was as though if...

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