The biggest culprit: Kes or Kyle?
Our experts get to have their say every Tuesday, debating the week's burning questions in our Turn 4 wrangle.
On Wednesdays, it's Your Turn.
That's when we select one hot-button topic and let y'all have at it. This week's moderated discussion is closed, but we invite you to leave a comment in the Conversations section below.
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This week's topic: Reigning Sprint Cup champion Brad Keselowski and Kyle Busch both found themselves apologizing after Sunday's race at Talladega Superspeedway -- Keselowski to David Ragan for questioning on Twitter the way he won and Busch to Kasey Kahne for wrecking him. Who should be most embarrassed by what happened? And does the apology make it OK?
So what say you, NASCAR Nation?
Have at it …
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