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Brad Keselowski, driver of the No.2 Miller Lite Ford, and last year’s Sprint Cup series Champ has been talking about purchasing a tank for sometime. Keselowski went on Jimmy Kimmel live and chatted about his plan to still buy the tank. “I hear you are planning to buy a tank” Kimmel said, in which Keselowski replied, “I am.” Keselowski went on to say he plans to buy a World War II tank. The Hellcat to be exact and it will cost him “a couple hundred thousand.” He said that price tag is ” actually cheaper than a real super car.” “The Hellcat, believe it or not, is the fastest tank of World War II,” Keselowski said.  “It’s lightweight and I feel like I should be able to get out on the road and drive to work one day.”

Driver slapped on helmet after Nationwide race

Max Papis was upset at Billy Johnson when the Johnsonville Sausage 200 ended at Road America. Papis was upset about an incident earlier in the race and approached the driver of the No. 16 Ford. When Papis reached Johnson on pit road he “slapped” his helmet and skipped away. It was interesting and odd all rolled into one. Slapping. Ok. That’s weird — Brad Keselowski (@keselowski...

JR Motorsports Johnsonville Sausage 200 Race Preview

JRM OVERALL WIN STATS - Regan Smith’s victory at Michigan marked the 12th overall win for JRM in the Nationwide Series… It gives Smith three career victories (all with JR Motorsports) and two this season… The win gives JR Motorsports its first multwin season since Brad Keselowski’s four victories in 2009… Michigan International Speedway becomes the first facility in...
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