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The 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup season got started in earnest Thursday morning as 35 brand new race cars hit the track for the first time at Daytona International Speedway. Making his Ford Racing debut on the track was defending series champion Brad Keselowski, piloting the No. 2 Blue Deuce Ford Fusion as Penske Racing made its first official on track appearance since rejoining the Ford stable. Keselowski met with media members after the morning session to discuss the first day back on the track.
HOW WAS THE OFFSEASON AS THE CHAMP? “It is obviously great to be back at the track. I am sure you guys have all heard the same answers there. At the end of the day we are all racers and want to get back to doing what we love and racing is a passion we share. We are ready to get back here and by the looks of it with the turnout here the media is too. It is great to see that. It is positive for the sport to have this type of media turnout for testing. We have a lot of work to be done for Penske Ra...
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