NASCAR officials aren't planning any punishments for Kyle Busch or Brad Keselowski over Friday's Nationwide Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway. Busch admitted that he "dumped" Keselowski after Keselowski got into the back of Busch's car with 31 laps remaining.
Vice president of competition Robin Pemberton called it "good, hard racing," but he did admit that he would be keeping an eye on the two of them.
Keselowski already is on probation for an incident involving him and Carl Edwards in the Sprint Cup race at Atlanta- which you've seen here before.
Busch drove back under Keselowski's left rear bumper and spun him after getting rubbed into the wall beforehand. Keselowski finished 14th.
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