Peter Casey-USA TODAY Sports

Matt Kenseth and Brad Keselowski Trade Insults Via Twitter

Neither of them is punching the other in the face but Matt Kenseth and Brad Keselowski are certainly trading jabs via Twitter. For those of you that missed it, Keselowski was upset with Kenseth Saturday night in Richmond because of how Kenseth raced him during the final laps. When the race was over Keselowski brake checked Kenseth during the cool down lap causing extensive damage to the No. 20 machine as well as the No. 88 machine who clipped Kenseth as a result of the incident.

I guess there is still a little something between Kenseth and Keselowski. Here are some Twitter exchanges from and involving the drivers.



The above tweets are Team Kenseth making reference to the damage Keselowski caused and then Keselowski for some reason bringing up Daytona. Granted, there was an incident with Kenseth and Keselowski at Daytona but it had nothing to do with what took place in Richmond. Kenseth then decided that he would got involved on Twitter.



It will be interesting to see if there is any carry-over Sunday at Talladega. The Aaron’s 499 is a race that is usually exciting enough without any added storylines. The possible continuation of this feud and the Ambrose/Mears feud should only make the race that much more interesting. As far as Keselowski goes, I still cannot figure out why he was so heated after the race. Apparently he thought that Kenseth should not have blocked him in an effort to win the race.

Christopher Olmstead is the Editor of on the FanSided Network. Follow us on Twitter @Beyond_The_Flag and “Like” us on Facebook.

Tags: Brad Keselowski Matt Kenseth NASCAR

comments powered by Disqus