Brad Keselowski wins at Las Vegas

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Keselowski followed up Saturday’s Nationwide Series victory with his first Las Vegas Cup win, doing it in exhilarating fashion against the friend and mentor who gave him his first big break in racing. Check it out: Dale Earnhardt Jr. knew he probably didn’t have enough fuel […]

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Wolfe To Miss Phoenix Race

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Pole-sitter Brad Keselowski will be without crew chief Paul Wolfe for Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup race after Wolfe flew home Saturday to be with his wife for the birth of their first child. Check it out: Engineer Brian Wilson will make the calls on car adjustments […]

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Taste reality: NASCAR seems to have muzzled ‘Bad Brad’

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Keselowski didn’t blame last season’s disappointment on politics or because of things he said. Instead, there were plenty of other issues that kept him from defending his championship. Check it out: In 2012, Brad Keselowski became a social media superstar and a first-time NASCAR Sprint Cup […]

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Brad Keselowski gives Phoenix race tickets to veterans

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Last Monday, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Brad Keselowski visited military veterans at the Phoenix VA Health Care System and handed out tickets for the March 2 race at Phoenix International Raceway. Check it out: Last Monday, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Brad Keselowski visited military […]

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Keselowski crew chief Wolfe re-signs with Penske

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Paul Wolfe signed a four-year contract extension with Penske Racing earlier this month. Check it out: Paul Wolfe signed a four-year contract extension with Penske Racing earlier this month. The crew chief, who has honed his skills in that role since 2006, joined forces with Brad […]

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‘Bad’ Brad is bound to be good again in 2014

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Brad is a very motivated and driven person. Check it out: Obviously, one of the most disappointing things in the 2013 season was the struggles of our defending champion, Brad Keselowski, and his No. 2 team. The struggles were so great that they didn’t even make […]

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