KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) - The feud between Denny Hamlin and Brad
Keselowski is not over.
Far from it.
The tension started at last weekend's Nationwide race at Dover,
where Hamlin's day ended with Keselowski spinning him into the
wall. Hamlin went to pit road after the race and shoved Keselowski,
followed by more skirmishes between the drivers and their crews.
Hamlin was critical of Keselowski again after Sprint Cup practice on Friday, saying he never reached out to apologize. Hamlin also issued a warning: "He needs to be worried whenever I'm around him."
Both drivers are entered in Sunday's Sprint Cup race at Kansas Speedway. Hamlin qualified for the Chase, while Keselowski did not.