Originally posted on Fox Sports  |  Last updated 8/24/12
Brad Keselowski says he never accused Hendrick Motorsports or any specific team of cheating. Not after his second-place finish in Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Michigan Speedway or since has the driver narrowed in on one organization. Keselowski , who once appeared to be on the Hendrick Motorsports fast track, insists he simply made general "observations" after the race that "there's big discrepancies in the cars now." However, he never called out the Hendrick drivers by name. "There's certain parts and pieces on the cars that are making them quite a bit different to where we're seeing different paces throughout the field," Keselowski said Sunday. "I think there's probably half a dozen to a dozen cars that are drastically faster than the rest of the field. "That's disrupted the parity, created a lot of side-by-side action that is maybe good, maybe bad, depends on who you are." Ironically, at one point during Keselowski's "observations" third-place finisher Kasey Kahne, wh...
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