Brad Keselowski had plenty of good things to say about his team for all it overcame for another top-10 finish.
As for his feelings about NASCAR, the defending Sprint Cup champion is pretty angry these days.
''The things I've seen over the last seven days have me questioning everything that I believe in, and I'm not happy about it,'' Keselowski said in the garage area after Saturday night's race at Texas.
Before the race that Kyle Busch won to complete a weekend sweep, NASCAR confiscated the original rear-end housing from Keselowski's No. 2 Ford and the No. 22 of Joey Logano, his Penske Racing teammate. That could lead to penalties, including possibly suspensions, the loss of championship points and fines.
Logano was late to the starting grid because of the additional inspections after changes, and he had to start at the back of the field. He charged to a fifth-place finish, four spots ahead of Keselowski, who kept his starting spot of 16th.
''I have one good thing to say, and t...