There is no denying that reigning NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Brad Keselowski is fast on the track. After all, you don't win a Cup championship by being the tortoise of the group.
But can you believe that with 10 races remaining in the regular season, the champ still hasn't won a race? It's amazing that as consistent as he and the No. 2 Penske Racing team were last year, he hasn't been a regular factor this year. That's surprising.
There are two basic reasons for the reversal of fortune in the No. 2 camp this year - luck and the driver's attitude. I don't think many people realize how lucky a team and driver have to be to win a championship. You can have the best equipment or most talented driver, but without a bit of luck on your side, you can't pull it off.
Some drivers won't admit when luck plays a role in their success. It sure played a pivotal one in Keselowski's 2012 season. Think back to Talladega during the Chase last year and the big wreck Tony Stewart caused on th...