Sunday, June 29, 2014

Photo: Brad Keselowski slices hand while celebrating victory

source: Getty Images

Brad Keselowski had a memorable night at Kentucky Motor Speedway on Saturday.

Not only did he manage to take the checkered flag in the Quaker State 400, but he also managed to require four stitches in his hand after accidentally cutting himself with a broken champagne bottle in Victory Lane. Fortunately, the track's medical team was nearby to immediately bandage Keselowski up.

So, how exactly did it happen though?

“I don’t know, I was trying to get the top off and shaking [the bottle] at the same time,” he told reporters afterward. “People were spraying me and I couldn’t really see all that well. It was just one of those deals....I should have stuck with beer."

Despite the gash on his right hand, Keselowski vows that it won't limit his ability to steer the wheel in next weekend's Coke Zero 400 at Daytona.

Via Motor Sports Talk

1 comment:

  1. Stick with the Miller Lite Brad......Champagne is for sissy anyway........