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In this week’s column I take a look at the most recent Sprint Cup Series winner, Brad Keselowski, along with the three drivers who made their Cup debuts Saturday under the lights. My two cents on the Michael Waltrip Racing situation that came out Monday. And to round things out[...]
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What an amazing chain of events that Brad Keselowski went through on Saturday at Charlotte Motor Speedway to still end up in Victory Lane.
Actually, his struggles started in qualifying. His car wasn't that good in qualifying, and he was only able to muster a 23rd -place starting spot. So he was starting pretty deep in the field.
Come Saturday, the team had two issues to overcome...
Brad Keselowski’s Miller Lite paint scheme is about the same for 2014 as it is this year.
NASCAR announced the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series schedule Tuesday, and said the Air Titan track drying system will be at every race in 2014. Autoweek.com “Having the Air Titan at each NASCAR Sprint Cup Series weekend allows us to meet a very important goal set by our Chairman and CEO, Brian France,” said Steve O’Donnell, senior vice president of racing operations, “to...
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By: Carrie Whitmore – Follow on Twitter @CarrieWhitmore
It has been a rough year for reigning Sprint Cup Series champion, Brad Keselowski, after he failed to qualify for the Chase this year, ending his chances at back-to-back championship wins.
However some good fortune came on Saturday night when Keselowski won the Bank of America 500...
SHOW #276 – Guest: Sam Hornish Jr. – We recap all the happenings from Charlotte Motor Speedway, an exclusive interview with Brad Keselowski’s jack, the latest on Tony Stewart, Brian Vickers has clots again, 2014 Cup Schedule, and a preview of THE BIGGEST, BADDEST racetrack in all the land, TALLADEGA SUPERSPEEDWAY….BLAH. Hosted by Kerry Murphey and Toby Christie.