But he was no fan of how the final laps unfolded at Phoenix International Raceway on Sunday. Asked about what bothered him most, Keselowski offered this up:
"Well, it's the double‑standard that I spent a whole week being bashed by a half a dozen drivers about racing hard at Texas and how I'm out of control and have a death wish, and then I see ... that. That's (expletive). That's all you can call that," Keselowski said.
"These guys just tried to kill each other. You race hard and I get called (expletive) for racing hard and called with a death wish, and I see ... that (expletive). It's ... ridiculous, and they should be ashamed. It's embarrassing."