CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Team owner Jack Roush
said Wednesday he's satisfied with the penalty NASCAR levied against
driver Carl Edwards for his intentional accident with Brad Keselowski.

Edwards was in an early accident with
Keselowski in Sunday's race at Atlanta, and later returned to the track
and deliberately wrecked Keselowski. The contact sent Keselowki's car
airborne, and NASCAR parked Edwards for the remainder of the race.

On Tuesday, Edwards was placed on probation for
three races.

"We are satisfied that NASCAR fairly considered
all the circumstances in its decision to discipline Carl," said Roush.

Roush said he looked forward to a NASCAR-called
meeting next weekend at Bristol between the two drivers and Keselowski
car owner Roger Penske.

"It is our hope to put this behind us at that
time," said Roush, who added the incident overlooked an otherwise good
day in Atlanta for the Roush Fenway Racing team.