Kyle Busch looked like an everyday driver frustrated with traffic at the Quaker State 400 on Saturday.The 34-year-old is absolutely dominating the race at Kentucky Speedway while Brad Keselowski is struggling. KB not happy with BK#QS400 pic.twitter.com/StbRUjobXj— Steve Luvender (@steveluvender) July 14, 2019They say NASCAR is the everyman sport, well Busch was every man on his way to work on a Monday morning in the second stage.Keselowski though probably isn’t going to let it get to him.He doesn’t like Busch much anyway. Busch had a seven-second lead for a good portion of the second stage and was coming up Keselowski’s backside hard down the stretch.But Keselowski wasn’t going to let him knock him off the lead lap so easily.So when Busch came up on his tail and was looking to pass, Keselowski cut him off and forced the leader to hit the brakes.Brad Keselowski slides in front of Kyle Busch, forcing the leader to lift off the throttle! #QS400 pic.twitter.com/gqjNkuZJI5— NASCAR on NBC (@NASCARonNBC) July 14, 2019Busch was so mad at Keselowski he motioned his hand out the window in frustration and confusion.He very much so looked like a normal person complaining about a driver in rush hour traffic.
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