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Brad Keselowski

Brad Keselowski, of Rochester Hills, Michigan, is a race car driver in the Sprint Cup Series and the Nationwide Series. He drives the #2 Miller Lite Dodge Charger He was Nationwide Series' Most Popular Driver from 2008-2010 and in 2010 was the Nationwide Series champion.
Brad Keselowski, of Rochester Hills, Michigan, is a race car driver in the Sprint Cup Series and the Nationwide Series. He drives the #2 Miller Lite Dodge Charger He was Nationwide Series' Most Popular Driver from 2008-2010 and in 2010 was the Nationwide Series champion. « Show less

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  • Dave Kallmann: All eyes on Jeff Gordon's final go-round

    If there's any justice in the racing world, Jeff Gordon will be hoisting a NASCAR trophy again in nine months. Gordon is the most important driver of his generation, a bridge between the days of million-dollar championships and $10 million championships,...
  • Puppies, rings, mullets highlight Daytona 500 media day

    DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Daytona 500 media day included lots of talk — talk about puppy love, wedding rings and a growing mullet — and a lot of conversation about four-time champion Jeff Gordon and what could be his final ride in NASCAR'S...
  • NASCAR PREVIEW: All eyes on Jeff Gordon as 4-time champion winds down stellar career

    Through driver changes, network shuffles, a new championship format and NASCAR's push to reinvent itself, the one constant for more than two decades has been Jeff Gordon behind the wheel every week of the iconic No. 24. Well, it's time to buckle up for...
  • Team Penske pumped for another strong NASCAR season

    Roger Penske believes his racing organization is as strong entering the 2015 season as it was in 2014. If so, that means Penske teams once again will battle to the wire for championships in the IndyCar and NASCAR Sprint Cup series. "When I think about...
  • Jeff Gordon to retire as full-time driver after 2015 season

      Jeff Gordon knew midway through last season that he had just one more year in him. NASCAR's most charismatic driver, the man behind the wheel of the famed and sometimes feared No. 24, had decided the timing was right to call it quits on one of the...
  • Chase Elliott ready to ride in Gordon's iconic 24 Chevy

    Chase Elliott ready to ride in Gordon's iconic 24 Chevy
    CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Chase Elliott answered his cellphone a week ago to pick up a call from his boss. Mr. H. Rick Hendrick. The future of NASCAR took a seismic and sentimental turn in that moment. Mr. H was asking Elliott if he was up to...
  • Motorsports: 2014 in review

    Motorsports: 2014 in review
    The highs • Kevin Harvick won his first NASCAR Sprint Cup championship under a new Chase playoff format that featured elimination rounds, paring the initial 16-driver Chase field to only four at the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway....
  • Ryan Newman, Greg Biffle dealing with chaotic math of Chase shuffle

    Ryan Newman, Greg Biffle dealing with chaotic math of Chase shuffle
    Gentlemen, start your calculators. The perfunctory demands of left-handed turns will include some simple math at Richmond International Raceway Saturday night. For Greg Biffle, the magic number is 23. For Ryan Newman, it’s 41. That’s the...
  • Gordon grabs pole; Harvick tops Chase finalists

    — It was a bittersweet achievement for Jeff Gordon as he won his first pole at Homestead-Miami Speedway for Sunday's season-ending Ford EcoBoost 400. The favorable spot on the starting grid won't give the veteran a shot at the Sprint Cup title...
  • Unexpected foursome to race Sunday for NASCAR's Sprint Cup title

    Unexpected foursome to race Sunday for NASCAR's Sprint Cup title
    NASCAR's chaotic merry-go-round is about to take its last ride at Homestead-Miami Speedway, where four contestants will take a spin Sunday trying to become the 2014 Sprint Cup champion. The new rules of engagement do have a bit of a game-show feel, with...
  • Kevin Harvick Pulls Off The Double, Winning Race And The Title

    HOMESTEAD, Fla. — The winner of the race is the winner of the Chase. Kevin Harvick held off Ryan Newman on a restart with three of 267 laps remaining to win Sunday's Ford 400 and capture the 2014 Sprint Cup Series championship. The championship is...