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By: Toby Christie – Follow on Twitter @Tobalical
Brad Keselowski shocked everyone by holding off Jimmie Johnson for the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship. This season Keselowski has gotten off to such a fast start, that he very well may walk away with another title before it’s all said and done.
Through four races, Keselowski has now racked up an impressive four top-five finishes, including a very stout third place effort this week in Bristol. He has an unreal 3.5 average finish during this feverish start to the season, and if he keeps up this pace, we could be looking towards a record setting season — but it’s still too early for all of those accolades.
Keselowski started the Food City 500 in Bristol from the seventh position, but he didn’t really move forward early in the race.
At one point Keselowski had actually found himself mired back in 15th. However Keselowski and his crew chief Paul Wolfe are never afraid to roll the dice, an...