The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series rolled through Bristol for the Food City 500 this past weekend, and the track, which brings out the best and worst of every driver, did not disappoint as the sport's favorite tweeter took his ride to the top. Brad Keswlowski, who was infamous for tweeting during a red flag at the Daytona 500 on his Twitter account,  dominated in the "blue deuce" all day by leading 232 of the 500 laps, but still had to outduel Matt Kenseth at the end of the race to take the checked flag to give him his second consecutive win at the fastest half mile track in NASCAR.

Drivers are usually pretty hacked off at this short track because there is a lot of contact between the teams since it is only half a mile   Rubbin' is racin' though, right?  It didn't take long for that rubbin' to happen because on lap 24, a 7 car pile up that claimed the cars of Kevin Harvick, Kasey Kahne, Carl Edwards, Kyle Busch and others.  Harvick actually came back and finished 11th while the other drivers involved were not so lucky.

After a wreck on lap 478 by Tony Stewart, Keselowski took the lead for good and cruised to the win.

Here are the rest of the results.

 

How did your driver do? Leave your comments below and check  out pictures from the race below which features some pretty wrecked cars.

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