Found February 28, 2012 on Yahoo! Sports:
PLAYERS: Brad Keselowski
Good news: in a decision that will make the NFL, the NBA and Major League Baseball choke, NASCAR has determined that Brad Keselowski not only didn't violate any rules of unauthorized communication for his Daytona 500 Twitterfest, but encouraged him. … Continue reading →

NASCAR Will NOT Penalize Keselowski For Tweeting During Daytona 500

  NASCAR will not penalize Brad Keselowski for his use of Twitter during last night’s Daytona 500.   Nothing we’ve seen from Keselowski violates any current rules pertaining to the use of social media during races. As such, he won’t be penalized.   We encourage our drivers to use social media to express themselves as long as they do so without risking their safety or...

Brad Keselowski Tweets Daytona 500 Fire Picture from Car

After being rained out on Sunday, NASCAR on Monday night was full of drama with multiple crashes, tracks catching on fire, etc. The normal NASCAR stuff. But most importantly, social media history was made when Brad Keselowski live-tweeted a picture of the fire from inside of his No. 2 Miller Lite car. Keselowski tweeted confirmation...Read the Rest...

NASCAR: “Keselowski can keep his phone.”

After garnering much attention during the Daytona 500 for tweeting from the track during the red flag for Juan Pablo Montoya’s destruction of the jet dryer, many have wondered 2 things. The first being “Where did Brad Keselowski keep the … Continue reading →

Dale Earnhardt Jr. Races Brad Keselowski To Bathroom During Daytona 500 (Video)

We all know racers hold their bathroom urges during races, but this video just proves in once and for all. Dale Earnhardt Jr. might have come in second during the Daytona 500 this past weekend, but he came in first in his race with Brad Keselowski to the porter potty.  The race happened during the two hour delay that was caused by the Juan Pablo Montoya crash.  Luckily for Jr...

Brad Keselowski Tweets cool in car pic of the fire ate Daytona

Brad Keselowski, driver of the #2 Miller Dodge, tweeted an in car shot of the fire as the race was red flagged. It;s seen below. Follow Brad Keselowski at @keselowski.

Twitter takes over NASCAR; Brad Keselowski tweets from car during Daytona 500

Anything that could go wrong did go wrong with the Daytona 500. Postponed to the next day because of rain, and then postponed again to the evening due to more storms, the great American race also had a nearly two hour delay due to a collision that caused a massive fireball. Juan Pablo Montoya’s car hit a large jet dryer vehicle and the explosion brought the race to a stop. Montoya...

Brad Keselowski's tweets from car OK with NASCAR

While other NASCAR drivers were standing around and twiddling their thumbs when the Daytona 500 red-flagged for 2 hours Monday night, Brad Keselowski was putting his to better use. He was tweeting. He tweeted a picture of the fire after Juan Pablo Montoya hit one of the trucks that dry the track with jet engines. He tweeted updates of the delay and chatted with fans.

Brad Keselowski tweets from his car during wild Daytona 500

This year's Daytona 500, which stretched from Sunday through early Tuesday morning, was memorable for so many different reasons.  Exploding jet fuel, fire, rain, red flags, crashes, Danica Patrick's Daytona 500 debut (and first Daytona 500 crash), unpredictability, and ultimately a second Daytona 500 victory for Matt Kenseth.  But given all that happened in Daytona this...

NASCAR says Keselowski can keep phone in car

NASCAR said Tuesday Brad Keselowski can keep his cellphone in his race car during events, and all drivers are encouraged to use social media.

NASCAR says Keselowski can keep phone in car

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- NASCAR will allow Brad Keselowski to keep his cellphone in his race car during events.

NASCAR: Keselowski can keep cellphone in car

NASCAR said Tuesday Brad Keselowski can keep his cellphone in his race car during events, and all drivers are encouraged to use social media.

Penske Racing to move to Ford in NASCAR

Penske Racing will switch from Dodge to Ford in NASCAR competition beginning in 2013. Penske will compete with Ford Fusions in the Sprint Cup Series, and Ford Mustangs in the Nationwide Series. Penske's IndyCar team is using Chevrolets this season. Ford does not compete in open-wheel. Penske first raced with Ford in 1976 and 1977, then re-joined the blue oval brand from 1994...
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