Gordon and Johnson, who were trying to score Hendrick’s 200th Cup win, both wrecked on the ensuing restart and Ryan Newman won the race.
Keselowski, who finished ninth at Martinsville, was one of the drivers who criticized Reutimann after the race and he continued the assault when asked about it Friday.
“I guess when it comes to situations like that, I always try to put myself in that person’s position and say, ‘What would I do?’ And I sure as hell would not have done what he did,” Keselowski said.
“Even knowing all the points stuff, I still wouldn’t have done what he did. I don’t understand it, and I don’t know what he was thinking. At the end of the day, he’s the one who is holding the steering wheel. I don’t care who tells you what, at the end of the day, you hold the steering wheel so you make the decisions.”
Reutimann, who lashed out at his critics in the days following the Martinsville race, fired back at Keselowski late Friday afternoon.
"There are some guys that won’t let it go and there’s some guys that have more class than I could ever hope to have, guys that actually were effected in the course of the race, come up to you and talk to you," he said.
Reutimann reiterated that his car stalled on the track because his engine shut off.