Last Saturday’s post-race incidents at Charlotte Motor Speedway ended with Brad Keselowski being jumped from behind by Matt Kenseth between a pair of haulers.
That came following a series of events which included – among other things – Keselowski running into the side of Kenseth at the entrance of pit road while the latter was taking his seat belts off.
After their fight, Kenseth didn’t hold back in criticizing Keselowski, saying that the latter’s actions were “inexcusable” as a former Sprint Cup champion.
As for Keselowski, he accused Kenseth of having damaged his car during the final caution period.
So of course, their respective teams are next to each other this weekend in the Talladega Superspeedway garage.
Jenna Fryer of the Associated Press tweeted the evidence this afternoon.
In any case, Kenseth and Keselowski have more important things to worry about.
Both men are behind the cutoff for advancing to the Eliminator Round going into Sunday’s cut race; Kenseth is down one point in ninth, while Keselowski is down 19 points in 10th.
Additionally, Keselowski is on probation for the next four races, which should make him do his best to keep out of the kind of trouble he was in last weekend in Charlotte.