Keselowski jokes around on Jimmy Kimmel Live NASCAR driver Brad Keselowski appeared on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" last night. Host Jimmy Kimmel noted Keselowski "made history when he became the first professional stock car driver ever to tweet a photo from his vehicle during a race.
Oprah would not approve." Kimmel said, "Things have gone very well for you. You won the NASCAR title, you've got done endorsement deals. I saw you once drinking a huge beer during a press conference." Keselowski: "Yes, that was me. I had a lot of fun with it. You win races, you win a championship, it's supposed to be fun."
Kimmel asked about the tweet picture Keselowski posted from his car during the Daytona 500: "You carry your phone with you? And do people call and text you while you're racing?" Keselowski: "Absolutely, all the time. What really drives me crazy is people that tweet me during the middle of the race, 'Can you answer me back?'" Keselowski added, "I had a lot of fun with it but after awhile, NASCAR made me not do it. The fun police kicked in, so no more fun."
Kimmel asked whether NASCAR is "overly restrictive." Keselowski replied, "No, officer. I don’t know if you've noticed, but I've gotten a lot of fines lately so I'm trying to be careful." Kimmel said, "In a way it makes sense. They don’t want you calling Siri asking for directions during the race." Keselowski said the directions are "left, left, left" "Jimmy Kimmel Live," ABC
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