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The 2013 season has not been kind to 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion Brad Keselowski. Bad luck has followed the No. 2 car from track to track this season. Keselowski did not qualify for the Chase, NASCAR’s version of a postseason, and thus far has not found victory lane in the Cup Series this year. During Saturday’s running of the Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway the 29-year-old Keselowski left his pit stall with a jack. The jack lasted a full lap around the 1.5-mile track. Once arriving back in the pits, Keselowski was ready to go and left before being called back by his crew for additional service.
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Brad Keselowski couldn't defend his Sprint Cup championship in the 2013 Chase for the Sprint Cup -- but on Saturday night, he played the spoiler.
Keselowski muscled his way into Victory Lane at Charlotte Motor Speedway -- past the dominant Hendrick Motorsports cars and points leader Matt Kenseth to become the first non-Chase driver to win a Chase race since Kasey Kahne at Phoenix...
Brad Keselowski snapped a 37-race winless streak Saturday night
by chasing down Kasey Kahne in the closing laps at Charlotte Motor
Brad Keselowski couldn't defend his Sprint Cup championship in
the 2013 Chase for the Sprint Cup -- but on Saturday night, he
played the spoiler. Keselowski muscled his way into Victory Lane at
Charlotte Motor Speedway -- past the dominant Hendrick Motorsports
cars and points leader Matt Kenseth to become the first non-Chase
driver to win a Chase race since Kasey Kahne at Phoenix...
Kyle Busch is apparently expecting retaliation from Brad Keselowski for wrecking him in the Nationwide Series race last week at Kansas.
''Probably for Brad being who Brad is, I guess I should be worried because he's stupid enough to do something,'' Busch said on SiriusXM NASCAR during Joe Gibbs Racing's fan day Friday. ''But in all reality, to myself...
There is always one race in the Chase where a non-championship contender sneaks up and grabs the victory. Charlotte has shown to be a track where this feat can easily be accomplished. Brad Keselowski was the driver to pull it off this season when he pulled into victory lane Saturday[...]
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By JENNA FRYER AP Auto Racing Writer It was just another surreal moment in this disappointing season for defending champion Brad Keselowski.
He pulled away from his pit stall with his jack planted underneath his car. The jack clattered and clanged as Keselowski dragged it around the track for what should have been one race-ruining lap around Charlotte Motor...
The Sprint Cup drivers were back to Charlotte for the final night race of the season with Jeff Gordon on the poll for the 500 mile event.
"Excited to be on this poll," said Jeff Gordon.
Jimmie Johnson stated that his car was strong in practice.
Jeff Gordon started the race out leading laps as Jimmie Johnson started to get hot. He got up to second and started...
The champ is back….in Victory Lane that is.
For the first time since winning the Chase for the Sprint Cup in 2012 and partying at Homestead Miami Speedway afterwards, Brad Keselowski has made his way back to victory lane.
Keselowski ended a 37-race winless streak with a late surge and by holding off Kasey Kahne to win the Bank of America 500 from Charlotte Motor Speedway on Saturday...
Brad Keselowski snapped a 37-race losing streak Saturday night by passing Kasey Kahne with nine laps to go at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Khane led 138 laps, while five-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson led 130. Keselowski, who led 11 laps, became the first non-Chase driver since Kahne in 2011 at Phoenix to win a Chase race. “It was just a never-give-up night,” Keselowski...
Well it has taken almost the entire season, 31 races in fact, for our defending NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion to find his way back to Victory Lane. At the end of the Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, there was Brad Keselowski celebrating in Victory Lane. I guess the old cliche of "better late than never" really fits in this scenario.
Brad and his team...
Brad Keselowski put a season worth of frustration behind him with a win at the 1.5-mile Charlotte Motor Speedway on Saturday night.
The Bank of America 500 began with Jeff Gordon on the pole but it would not take long for the field to learn that the No. 48 car of Johnson was the one to beat. A late caution would significantly alter the race as Johnson slipped up on the...