Kyle Busch was not happy.
During Sunday’s NASCAR race at Watkins Glen, Busch, driving the No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota, tangled with the Brad Keselowski’s No. 2 Ford. Both cars spun off the track.
A furious Busch, according to NASCAR.com, radioed in to his pit crew and said: they “better keep (him) away from that (expletive) after the race” after the collision. He was still angry after the race, and veered away from Keselowski as he was shaking hands with AJ Allmendinger. But Busch also said he’d like to see the replay before making a final conclusion — as assessment Keselowski agreed with.
“Nobody is happy when you have contact,” Keselowski said, as per NASCAR,com. “It didn’t help my day at all either, I can tell you that. I wasn’t looking to get into him and I don’t think he was looking to get into me. He probably had the dominant car. He didn’t need any trouble. But neither did I.”
Busch finished seventh, and Keselowski, 15th.