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The Brad Keselowski and Kyle Busch Show: Chicagoland

JOLIET, IL - JULY 10:  Kyle Busch, driver of the #18 Z-Line Designs Toyotra, is pushed down the front stretch by Brad Keselowski, driver of the #88 Degree V12 Chevrolet during the NASCAR Nationwide Series Dollar General 300 at Chicagoland Speedway on July 10, 2009 in Joliet, Illinois.  (Photo by Geoff Burke/Getty Images for NASCAR)
Danielle hendersonCorrespondent IJuly 11, 2009

Last night, I was bored so I decided I would flip through the channels on TV and see if anything good was on.

Hoping to find something NASCAR, I searched the sports channels, seeing that the Nationwide series race was on, so I went there.

Well, the race was over and the ESPN crew had begun interviewing the drivers. They got to Brad Keselowski, who had some fuel problems during the race. His teammate Ryan Newman had the same problem.

They asked Keselowski what happened between him and Kyle Busch, and I instinctively turned the volume up.

He talked about how Busch was leading when he was trying to stay on the lead lap. He said Busch would probably be mad because he raced him so hard.

Then the replay came, shown out of Keselowski's windshield. I saw that Keselowski was in front of Busch, and Busch, of course, was glued to Keselowski's rear bumper.

Then Keselowski just let Busch pass him. That surprised me, but Keselowski quickly pushed the nose of his car into the rear of Busch's car, causing Busch to get loose and kiss the wall.

Then Keselowski was asked if he thought the No. 20 car or the No. 18 was better. His response was no surprise, at least not to me. He said he thought the 20 car was always better than the 18. I almost fell over laughing!

I'm not sure if Brad's comment had anything to do with the way Kyle has acted this week or not, but it was sure funny to me.

By the way, Kyle acted mean the whole way, saying one thing to Tony Stewart and another to the media, which leads me to another story, but that's for some other time.

Hope you all enjoyed this.

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