UPDATE: The AP reports that Edwards will not be suspended for the intentional crash.
EARLIER: Brad Keselowski was sent flying through the air during Sunday's Kobalt Tools 500 in Atlanta, and he blames fellow driver Carl Edwards for the scary episode. Edwards' car glanced Keselowski, sending his vehicle spinning through the air at speeds nearing 190 miles per hour. NASCAR ordered Edwards to stop racing and is currently deciding whether to punish him.
An agitated Keselowski said the hit was "not cool" and that it "could have killed someone in the grandstands." Edwards refused to deny that he intentionally caused the crash, adding, "The scary part is that his car went airborne, which was not at all what I expected."
Last year in Talladega the two were involved in another wreck, with Edwards going airborne and Keselowski cruising to victory. Scroll down for footage of Sunday's collision.