After contact on pit road, Brad Keselowski spoke and showed his displeasure with Kurt Busch

Brad Keselowski (L) and Kurt Busch in happier and teammate times. (Getty Images)


Brad Keselowski (L) and Kurt Busch in happier and teammate times. (Getty Images)

Brad Keselowski has said that he learned a lot from Kurt Busch when the two drivers were together at Team Penske. On Sunday, that education didn't prevent Keselowski from being infuriated with Busch at Martinsville.

Though given his hand gestures, does he think Busch is No. 1?

Keselowski ran into Kasey Kahne on pit road and as Busch tried to get by, he plowed into Keselowski with the side of his car. It knocked the front of Keselowski's car all out of alignment and the 2012 Sprint Cup Series champ was forced to go to the garage for repairs. While he was there, he told Fox in an interview that he was tired of Busch's "recklessness" and sarcastically told him "thanks."

When Keselowski got back on track, he showed Busch his displeasure with a certain finger on his left hand.

(As you can guess, the video below contains an inappropriate gesture. Play at your own risk.)

The two Penske teammates in 2010 and 2011 then bumped back and forth as Keselowski drove without a front-end to his car. However, we have a feeling this may not be over. There's still a lot of time left in Sunday's race and Busch isn't the type to let something go, as he referenced a post-race confrontation over his radio.

Is it Kurt being Kurt? We'll find out.

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