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“Dover is an incredible challenge. You literally drive into the corner and you fall down two stories, while going about 160mph, and your stomach just drops. Your right foot has to stay in the gas pedal, and that challenge to do that every lap for three hours is very tough.”
– @KESELOWSKI

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+ BK WILL PILOT THE WURTH FORD FUSION AT DOVER LOOKING TO REBOUND AFTER A P39 FINISH LAST WEEK IN CHARLOTTE.

+ KES’ DOVER STATS:

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Early Wreck Ends BK’s Coke 600 After 19 Laps

The longest race of the NASCAR season, the 400-mile Coca-Cola 600 turned out to be the shortest for Brad Keselowski and the No. 2 Miller Lite Ford Fusion team.
Caught in an oil slick with two broken cars in front of him just 19 laps in at Charlotte Motor Speedway, the Michigan native was sent home early in a season-worst P39.
“We had a really fast Miller Lite Ford and I think we had a shot at winning tonight,

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2 Crew Ready for Grueling Coca-Cola 600

Back in the swing of points racing, Brad Keselowski and his No. 2 Miller Lite Ford Fusion team face their longest challenge of the season: the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
As the race places a true test on man and machine, it perfectly suits his style. The Red, White and Blue Deuce qualified 10th for Sunday night’s main event, and he’s ready for the marathon that awaits under the lights.
“We’ve got a big race this weekend,

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Confused 2 Crew Crosses 9th in All-Star Race

Once the dust settled and the checkered flag was dropped in the Monster Energy All-Star Race, there was more confusion than celebration in the Charlotte Motor Speedway garage.
The No. 2 Miller Lite Ford Fusion team tried a unique strategy on the fly in the non-points exhibition event, but it backfired as the tire strategy wasn’t allowed due to NASCAR’s All-Star Race rules, leading to a ninth-place finish for Brad Keselowski and Co.
“Definitely a tough finish

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Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race

“We’ve been so close in the All-Star Race and the Coca-Cola 600…little things pop up that have held us back. I feel very confident that we can win either of the two or hopefully both.”
– @KESELOWSKI

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+ SATURDAY’S MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR ALL-STAR RACE WILL MARK THE NINTH ALL-STAR APPEARANCE OF BRAD’S CAREER.

+ BK HAS FINISHED TOP 10 IN SEVEN OF HIS PREVIOUS EIGHT ALL-STAR RACE APPEARANCES, INCLUDING TWO TOP 5S.

+ HE’S ALSO LED

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BK Rallies To Unlikely Runner-Up Finish at Kansas

A lot went wrong for the 2 Crew on Saturday night at Kansas Speedway, but the last several weeks have been all about perseverance and never was it on better display than late in the Go Bowling 400.

Brad rallied from 35th position, two laps down to steal the runner-up spot in the 11th race of the season, his ninth Top 10 and seventh Top 5 finish of the 2017 season. Afterward, he credited his team’s

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What I’ve Learned From Facebook Live

Last August, in the days before the race at Watkins Glen, Paige and I decided to drive into the campground there at the race track, find a member of the #2Crew, and give away a case of Miller Lite.
It wasn’t the first time I’d done that. A few years before, I’d done a similar thing with Miller a few times, and it was always kind of fun. There were no cameras there or anything. It

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BK Survives Big One to Finish 7th at Dega

When the Big One strikes at Talladega, every car involved can be destroyed in an instant.
A 16-car pileup unfolded before Brad Keselowski’s eyes on Sunday afternoon, but with some help from spotter Joey Meier, BK managed to check up and survive without major damage—allowing the No. 2 Fitzgerald Glider Kits Ford Fusion team to score its eighth Top 10 in 10 races this year, crossing in seventh.
“We survived,” Brad said. “It just seemed like when

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Brad Eyes Fifth Victory at Talladega

Following a runner-up result in Richmond, Brad Keselowski heads off to his best track in NASCAR to better that result: Talladega Superspeedway. Regarded as the fastest track in Monster Energy Cup Series racing, the aggressive style driving and mentally challenging racing puts a true test on him like no other circuit.
“Everybody enters Talladega with a strategy,” Brad said. “Then they drop the green.”
Leading his first ever MENCS lap at Talladega in 2009, it came in

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BK Second in One-Two Finish for Team Penske

The No. 2 Detroit Genuine Parts Ford Fusion was the strongest machine on the track at Richmond International Raceway, but Brad Keselowski fell just 77 hundredths of a second short of his third win of the season in the Toyota Owners 400.
Kes used elite long-run speed to lead 110 laps and capture his first Stage Win of the season, but a string of yellow flags late in the race left BK just a few laps

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