Found April 11, 2013 on Fox Sports:
Defending NASCAR champion Brad Keselowski discovered on Wednesday that trophies come in all types of packages. While taking a tour of the MillerCoors Brewery in Fort Worth, Keselowski was greeted by the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders. It's just one of the benefits of his sponsor Miller Lite and the company's relationship with the Cowboys' franchise. So did Keselowski score any of their phone numbers? "Maybe," the Penske racer said coyly. "Nah, I like cheerleaders, but no I didn't. I was a good boy last night." With testing at Texas Motor Speedway not starting until 1 p.m. local time on Thursday, Keselowski didn't have to worry about behaving himself. During the first test session, however, Keselowski was 28th fastest on the speed chart with a lap of 187.422 mph as the team tried new setups with the car. After an epic battle here with Jimmie Johnson in November, which resulted in Keselowski's first top-five and career-best finish of secon...
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