BRAD KESELOWSKI, No. 2 Good buy Tire Ford Mustang — WHAT HAPPENED? “I correct misplaced it. It’s my fault. I feel in actuality frightening for my teammate, Ryan Blaney. He didn’t deserve that. I correct came off of turn four and the 4 car modified into in the abet of me and he gave me a push and I thunder I went into the corner adore 20 miles an hour faster than I had been all day and acquired previous the 11 and I went to secure under the 12 and I correct slipped. I misplaced the abet a dinky bit and after I went to in finding it he modified into there and I wiped him out and myself out, so I feel unpleasant for all americans at Crew Penske and especially Ryan Blaney. Gosh, he didn’t deserve that. I will be succesful to have to have whoa’d arrangement up. I had been running wide-open on the bottom all day and belief I could well attain all of it over again, nonetheless with that huge push I overrated the grip and ruined our day.”

RYAN BLANEY, No. 12 Menards/Knauf Ford Mustang — DOES IT MAKE IT WORSE THAT IT WAS YOUR TEAMMATE THAT TOOK YOU OUT? “Wisely, yeah. It’s correct unfortunate for your entire Penske organization. We had two rapidly automobiles combating for the lead and it correct stinks that happened. He had a bustle, adore he acknowledged, and he didn’t deem he had as huge of a bustle as he had and proper bought loose and, sadly, bought us both. It’s a shame to reside our day adore that with the Knauf/Menards Ford Mustang. We were so rapidly. We had to struggle abet from having to pit all over again and acquired to 10th for the 2d stage and then bought the lead. I modified into adore, ‘All simply, we are able to indirectly inch abet at it,’ and proper bought together there. That’s unfortunate, nonetheless it absolutely’s no longer gonna raise over. Things occur. Errors occur. It’s correct a shame both of us bought taken out.”

— Ford Performance —

From combating for the lead … to catastrophe for @Team_Penske.

Grab another take a examine what happened between @keselowski and @Blaney. pic.twitter.com/pE69Xb2ZSJ

— NASCAR (@NASCAR) August 9, 2020


I needed that in actuality frightening. We were simply there… I correct over dedicated for the grip stage and took out my teammate.

Feeling suited-looking, sad for my personnel and teammate.

— Brad Keselowski (@keselowski) August 9, 2020

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