BRAD KESELOWSKI, No. 2 Discount Tire Ford Mustang – Retired after accident on lap 52:
THAT WAS A WILD RIDE. WHAT WAS IT LIKE FOR YOU?
“Yeah, I sure would like to see the replay first. We had new tires and we were racing some cars that didn’t have new tires and wanted to make the pass there and got real tight to the 48 and lost the nose in the air. I was trying to leave room and probably came down on Erik (Jones) more than I thought I did and he got real loose. No air on my car. I hit the wall there. There is this spot on the wall with just an atrocious angle. I don’t know what that spot is for but it does not need to be there, but we found it. That is how racing goes. We find the things. This track really was part of the safety revolution about 15-20 years ago and I think it is time for another.”
THE TV GUYS WERE SAYING WITH THAT BAD WALL ANGLE, MAYBE THAT WAS A GOOD SPOT FOR THE TIRES GIVEN THE ANGLE OF THE WALL:
“That is an interesting conclusion. I am not sure I agree with that. I think there probably should not be weird angles like that to wreck on. It is what it is and I am glad I am okay. It is just a tough day for everyone on the Discount Tire Ford team.”
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