As Brad Keselowski beamed moments after his first NASCAR Sprint Cup championship at Homestead-Miami Speedway, it wasn't just his accomplishment that stoked the afterglow.
No, it was the amber liquid from sponsor Miller Lite that fueled the celebration with the now infamous schooner referred to by the champion as "The Big Beer Glass."
So where is the glass that became one with the champ?
"I don't know," Keselowski said Thursday. "I really don't. It should have a Twitter account: @Bradsglass. But no, I don't know where it is. I will find it as soon as I get free time to do so. It seems like everything these days takes on a life of its own. I have a @Bradsankle, @Bradscellphone -- why not @Bradsglass?
"We've had fun. It's been a great experience. I'm just enjoying it. But they took the glass from me -- David Hovis (Keselowski's public relations representative) took it from me (at Homestead). He got booed by the crowd when he took my glass. That was the highlight of my night."