Roger Penske really has done it all now.
Certainly, the racing icon is no stranger to titles and prestigious race wins. He has 15 Indianapolis 500 wins to his credit and a pair of Daytona 500 victories. He has 12 IndyCar Series titles over his storied career. He even helped orchestrate the Super Bowl when it was played in Detroit.
But for years, there's been a noticeable gap in Penske's resume.
Brad Keselowski has filled that.
First in 2010, when he handed his Penske his first title in one of NASCAR's three major touring series in taking the Nationwide Series crown.
But in 2012, he did for Penske what no one else -- not Hall of Famer Rusty Wallace, nor previous Cup champ Kurt Busch, nor a host of other talented drivers -- had managed. He raced to the NASCAR Sprint Cup title.
That puts an owner who had the likes of Mark Donohue, Donnie Allison and Dave Marcis driving for him in his 1972 debut season into the top tier of NASCAR owners. Penske, a man with more than 350 race wins ...