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Brad Keselowski entered Sunday’s Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway with a 20-point lead in NASCAR’s Chase standings.
Problem was, his...
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Brad Keselowski had every reason to be excited on Sunday. Keselowski beat out five-time champion Jimmie Johnson to capture not only his first Sprint Cup championship, but the first one for Penske Racing, as well.
So, by the time the 28-year-old was ready for his SportsCenter interview, he had admittedly already taken in a few drinks from the...
Brad Keselowski did in fact win his first NASCAR Sprint Cup championship on Sunday in Miami. And boy did he celebrate the occasion. After starting the party early on in the evening, Keselowski showed up for a SportsCenter interview with Kevin Connors with what appeared to be a several hundred ounce glass full of Miller Lite, Keselowski's sponsor. Lucky guy. Makes me wonder...
Before the party continued at the W in South Beach, Brad Keselowski lugged his new trophy down the backstretch at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
His mission? The perfect avatar photo.
"I want it dark," Keselowski said. "Like Batman and (crap)."
As he strolled away from the generator-powered lights, the new Sprint Cup champion experimented with several poses and...
It’s been a long road to the top for Brad Keselowski. From starting his days in NASCAR driving for his family owned team to winning the first Sprint Cup championship for his team-owner, Roger Penkse, Keselowski has always overcome many challenges to achieve success.
Back when he was running for his family’s team in the Truck Series, Keselowski was talented, but things just never...
HOMESTEAD, Fla. Jimmie Johnson's chase of a sixth Sprint Cup title, so seemingly close to becoming reality just a week earlier, ended abruptly and prematurely on Sunday.
Johnson, the overall Cup points leader entering the previous week's race at Phoenix, ran strong but suffered a late pit-road penalty and then an early exit in the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway...
Brad Keselowski has won his first NASCAR championship.
The 28-year-old Detroit native clinched the Sprint Cup title Sunday when fellow title contender Jimmie Johnson pulled out of the season finale because of a parts failure. The championship is the first for longtime NASCAR owner Roger Penske and gives outgoing car manufacturer Dodge the sweetest of parting gifts.
Brad Keselowski captured his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series title on Sunday.The title came in his third full season, though he had competed in parts of two seasons before he began driving the No. 2 Dodge at Penske Racing.
In 2010, Keselowski won the NASCAR Nationwide Series title. That same year he struggled at the Sprint Cup level producing just two finishes inside the top ten....
Dodge is preparing to say goodbye to NASCAR.
And if everything goes as expected Sunday, it will be one heck of a going-away party.
Dodge driver Brad Keselowski entered the Sprint Cup season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway with a 20-point lead over five-time champion Jimmie Johnson.
Penske Racing's rising star has to finish 15th or better to clinch his first championship...
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Brad Keselowski won the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship today at Homestead-Miami Speedway, earning owner Roger Penske’s first title in NASCAR’s premier series.
For owner Penske, the wait that began before Keselowski was born (1984) finally is over. Penske Racing, which entered the NASCAR Sprint Cup races in 1972, ended the longest non-championship...
Brad Keselowski used a first-race Chase victory and Jimmie Johnson’s trouble at Phoenix to ride to title…
Brad Keselowski brought home the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series title after placing 15th in the Ford EcoBoost 400 from the Homestead-Miami Speedway. After the celebration of a few Miller Lites, Keselowski was joined by crew chief Paul Wolfe and team owner Roger Penske and spoke to the media about the championship. Video courtesy of NASCAR Media Group.
HOMESTEAD, FL – Ryan Blaney finished 28th at Homestead-Miami Speedway in the No. 29 Cooper Standard RAM on Friday evening. The Brad Keselowski Racing (BKR) driver had a tough ending to the night in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) season finale.
Blaney qualified in the 16th position on Friday afternoon pacing the 1.5 mile oval in 32.472 seconds or 166.297 M.P.H. to...
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Brad Keselowski won his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series title. A mistake on pit road coupled with a parts failure dropped him to third in the standings.