NASCAR drivers Jeff Gordon and Brad Keselowski came to blows Sunday after a race at the Texas Speedway following contact between their two cars on a late-race restart that left Gordon with a flat tire and damaged his championship hopes. Gordon approached Keselowski on pit road, as members of both drivers’ crews stood around, and expressed his displeasure. Another driver, Kevin Harvick, joined the argument and a brawl soon broke out, with punches flying, crews shoving and pulling each other, and reporters and cameramen being pushed around. By the time the scrum ended, both Gordon and Keselowski were left bloodied and with swollen lips. The melee broke out at the AAA Texas 500 in Fort Worth.