Brad Keselowski failed to advance to the Championship round after getting knocked out in the Eliminator, but he showed the NASCAR elite that he deserved to be among them by finishing third in the Ford EcoBoost 400.
Sprint Cup regular Brad Keselowski wins the Coors Light Pole Award for the Ford EcoBoost 300 with a lap of 32.455 seconds, 166.384 mph.
Brad Keselowski scraped the wall late in Saturday morning’s practice session. The damage to the right side of his car was not severe enough require a backup for Sunday’s Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway, however.
Brad Keselowski scraped the wall in Saturday morning’s practice session. He sustained fairly significant damage, but may not be forced into a backup car.
Brad Keselowski set a new track record at Homestead with a lap of 181.238 mph. He posted that speed in the first of three time trial sessions and slipped only a little in the final round. He will roll off the grid fourth.
Brad Keselowski posted the fastest single lap in Homestead’s first practice session. His top speed was 179.004 mph.
Brad Keselowski finished fourth in the Quicken Loans 500k and was part of a perfect sweep of the top six positions by Chase contenders. Like Jeff Gordon in second and Matt Kenseth in third, it was not enough to advance him to the final round of the playoffs, however.
Sprint Cup regular Brad Keselowski wins the DAV 200 Honoring America's Veterans, his 32nd victory in 215 NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) races.
Brad Keselowski has angered a number of drivers in the past few weeks and he knows the best way to avoid potential retaliation is to outrun them at Phoenix International Raceway. His Quicken Loans Race for Heroes 500k weekend got off to a strong start by winning the outside pole.
Brad Keselowski finished third in the AAA Texas 500, but he was once again the center of controversy. While the two battled for position on the track, he made contact with Jeff Gordon, cut the tire on the No. 24, and was then part of a multi-team brawl on pit road.
NASCAR wanted to create drama during the Chase and they certainly have achieved that. The AAA Texas 500 ended in another multi-team brawl on pit road.
For the second time in the Chase, Brad Keselowski is basically in a must-win situation if he wants to advance to the final round of the playoffs. If he wins to advance, he will have recorded victories in each of the Chase segments.
When Brad Keselowski was run over by Kurt Busch on pit road at Martinsville this spring is caused enough damage to drop Keselowski off the lead lap. He finished 38th in the STP 500, which snapped a four-race streak of top-10s.
Brad Keselowski was in a must win situation entering the Geico 500 and he survived two green-white-checkered attempts to take the checkers first and advance to the Eliminator round. He led only 12 laps total.