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BRAD KESELOWSKI – No. 22 Discount Tire Ford Mustang
PRESS CONFERENCE – “I thought off of practice that we were gonna have a miserable day, but it was a pleasant surprise we were able to find a little bit of speed and get our car to where we could at least have a respectable day. I thought we might even have a little bit more there if we would have caught the right breaks, but we did catch some good breaks to get a second, but we didn’t have anywhere near the speed that the 54 car did. So it was a good day of execution in the race, but we just need a little bit more speed. If we hit both of those, you’ll have a day like what that 54 did. That was pretty phenomenal how fast his car was and what he was able to do with it.”
WHERE DOES THIS FINISH RANK FOR YOU AT PIR? “I don’t know about you, but I don’t remember 50 years of racing here. I don’t know how I could answer that. I would have to watch a lot of tapes. I remember like four or five, but 50? I’m sure there were some really cool r...
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