On Monday, we revisited the classic feud between Jimmy Spencer and Kurt Busch, which resulted in Spencer's one-race suspension after punching Busch.
The feuds and fights during the 2010 Sprint Cup season may not live up to the Busch-Spencer feud right away. But this year brought us cars flying through the air, intentional crashes, some great smack talk and even two drivers getting physical on the backstretch — all leaving plenty of potential for some of 2010's fights to carry over.
If there is one tussle that could match or exceed the standard set by Spencer and Busch, it's Carl Edwards vs. Brad Keselowski. That started at Talladega in 2009 when Keselowski inadvertently sent Edwards into the fence as the two were racing for the win. In Atlanta in March, Edwards returned the airborne favor: