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Brad Keselowski still hasn't made amends with Kyle Busch.
Last Sunday, Keselowski slid into Busch on an oil-slicked track at Watkins Glen and knocked him out of the lead on the final lap. Keselowski said that, because of the conditions of the track, "There was nothing I could do."
After the race, however, Keselowski tracked down Busch's crew chief Dave Rogers. He attempted to contact Busch, but acknowledged: "Every number I had for him was bad or something."
Looking back, Keselowski called the situation "unfortunate."
"Dumping the leader on the last lap is not something that I want to be known for," Keselowski said Friday after qualifying 19th for Sunday's Michigan 400.
"It's obviously something that happened, and everybody has a different perspective as to whether it was right, wrong or somewhere in between. I'm probably right in the middle of that, how I feel about it.
"I feel like we're all going for ...
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With three wins this season - and a near-victory last weekend - Brad Keselowski has established himself as one of NASCAR's top drivers.
Now, he just needs to reverse an unpleasant trend at a place near and dear to his heart.
Keselowski is from Rochester Hills, about 90 miles from Michigan International Speedway, but he's never won in six Sprint Cup starts at the track ...
Have you seen Brad Keselowski’s new commercial for ESPN? If not you can catch it below.
This season, Brad Keselowski understands that nothing is harder than winning.
If winning were easy, losers would do it. [...]
BROOKLYN, Mich. – Brad Keselowski and the No. 2 Miller Lite Dodge Charger team qualified 19th for Sunday’s Pure Michigan 400 at Michigan International Speedway.
Keselowski toured the two-mile oval in 36.701 seconds, or 196.180 miles per hour, in in the Friday afternoon time trial session. Parker Kligerman qualified 17th in the No. 22 Shell/Pennzoil Dodge. Sam Hornish Jr. will...
Driver Brad Keselowski is featured in the newest “Nothing Beats First Place” ad to promote ESPN’s coverage of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, the third of four ads in the humorous campaign. In the new spot, Keselowski fights to stay awake after a gigantic turkey feast, gets (fake) pepper-sprayed while trying to decipher an autostereogram image and answers odd questions at a news...
“Yes Michigan” became a famous tourism slogan when the Great Lakes State produced a commercial around the theme in 1986 for its 150thbirthday.
Fast-forward to some 26 years later and Michigan’s tourism board, Travel Michigan, has flourished with its most recent memorable campaign, “Pure Michigan,” which also happens to be the title sponsor of Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup...
Some of NASCAR's biggest names are trying to keep their championship hopes alive and the Chase for the Sprint Cup is still about a month away.
Carl Edwards, Kyle Busch and Jeff Gordon would all be on the outside looking in if the Chase started now. They have four races to change that, starting this weekend at Michigan International Speedway.
The top 10 drivers advance, along...
Kyle Busch’s schedule included double-duty this weekend, preparing his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series car from Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, and racing his own Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) Nationwide Series car at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal. The team owner’s goal Saturday was to add a victory in Canada to his International racing resume, which already includes...