Brad Keselowski responds after hitting Cole Whitt’s jackman on pit road at Dover

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The Monster Mile claims cars every time NASCAR visits Dover. This past weekend, Miles also nearly took down a pit crew member for Cole Whitt—with a little help from Brad Keselowski.

Following a routine pit stop, Keselowski was attempting to get back on the track when he pulled away from his pit stall. Unfortunately, Whitt’s jackman, Nick Keller, was also preparing for his team’s next pit stop. The two collided with Keller landing on Kes’ hood—jack in hand.

Keselowski apparently reached out to House after the race and spoke to him about the incident. The No. 2 machine would recover and eventually finish 12th at Dover while Whitt came in 26th after the debacle. Luckily, no jackmen were seriously injured, but the Monster Mile certainly made its mark again.

 

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