Brad Keselowski: Is He Driving To Agressively?

Danielle hendersonCorrespondent IOctober 25, 2009

MEMPHIS, TN - OCTOBER 24:   Brad Keselowski , driver of the #88 Delphi Chevrolet leads the pack during the NASCAR Nationwide series Kroger 'On Track For  Cure' 250 race at the Memphis Motorsports Park on October 24, 2009 in Memphis, Tennessee.  (Photo by John Sommers II/Getty Images)

By now I am sure most of you are aware of Brad Keselowski's rough driving. Seems like every race he wrecks someone else.

Wonder if he knows that each driver he wrecks thats one less drafting buddy. Really, it makes other drivers dislike him.

I have a question, do you help your enemey? The answer is probably no. Niether do I. There is a reason you don't like the person or feel they can't trusted.

In NASCAR you need 'on track friends' mainly at Daytona or Talladega. The more he races hard the more drivers that don't feel comfortable racing with him.

Keselowski's latest victim was Carl Edwards. It was evident that Carl checked up, Brad had time to check up also but he didn't. That to me shows an irresponsible driver.

The way Edwards handled the situation showed what a good guy he is. To be honest if I was Carl I may have had a few choice words Keselowski.

Another thing I have been wondering is why Keselowski thinks its ok to race that way. If you ask me he's acting like someone owes him something. Well Brad, no on owes you a thing.

Its funny I used to be a huge Keselowski fan. But his actions in previous reasons lead me to opt to stop pulling for him.

Sorry, but I can't pull for a driver who reminds me of Kyle Busch. Especially since I have I have voiced my dislike for Busch many a time.