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BK Enters Martinsville in Must-Win Mode

Brad Keselowski called this weekend’s First Data 500 at Martinsville Speedway a must-win if he wants to advance past the Round of 8 to compete for his second Monster Energy Cup Series championship.
Of the three Round of 8 tracks, Brad sees The Paperclip as his best shot at victory. He’ll return to the Virginia short track as the defending winner, having captured his first Grandfather Clock at the Cup level this spring.
“Martinsville at this moment

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BK Shows Speed Heading Into to Round of 8

Already locked into the Round of 8 thanks to last week’s win at Talladega Superspeedway, Brad Keselowski and the No. 2 Miller Lite Ford Fusion team employed some strategy, trying to add more playoff points going into the cutthroat third round.
Unfortunately, the luck that fell their way at Talladega just wasn’t there at Kansas Speedway as BK finished 13th. He will, however, enter the Round of 8 in third place at 4,026 points.
“The Miller Lite

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Brad Enters Kansas Speedway Stress-Free

Brad Keselowski enters the Hollywood Casino 400 in an enviable position that only one other driver can claim: Thanks to last weekend’s win at Talladega Superspeedway, Brad is locked into the Round of 8, no matter how he finishes in Sunday’s final Round of 12 race at Kansas Speedway.
It was easier for the No. 2 Miller Lite Ford Fusion driver to sleep this week knowing he isn’t in need of a spectacular finish at this

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Brad Earns 5th Talladega Win in Dramatic Fashion

Three years ago, Brad Keselowski made a stunning last-lap pass on Ryan Newman to win at Talladega Superspeedway and punch his ticket to the Round of 8. On Sunday, the No. 2 Miller Lite Ford Fusion driver did it again—powering his Team Penske Ford past Newman’s Chevrolet on the last lap to secure a spot in the semifinal round of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs.
BK showed once again that he’s the driver to

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BK Paying Tribute to Dale Jr. in Crucial Dega Race

As Brad Keselowski competes for his fifth Talladega Superspeedway win this weekend, he’ll be paying tribute to the man who made it all possible: Dale Earnhardt. Jr.
BK will sport a special Miller Lite paint scheme on his No. 2 Ford Fusion, a nod to Brad’s first ride, the NAVY 88 he drove for Dale Jr.’s XFINITY Series team.

“Dale and I are great friends, and he gave me a chance to drive for him in 2007,

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A Tribute to Dale Jr.

As everyone who follows NASCAR knows, Dale Earnhardt Jr. is going to retire at the end of the current season. Needless to say, not having Dale Jr. on the track is going to be a tremendous loss for the sport. He leaves a tremendous legacy that will not be replaced.
Dale Jr. is one of a kind, and someone we can all be proud to be associated with. Most competitors aren’t necessarily humble by nature. His

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BK Ready for Round of 12 Challenge

Brad Keselowski hardly broke a sweat, breezing through the Round of 16 relatively worry-free—but the points are now reset, and an entirely new animal emerges in the Round of 12.
Featuring two mile-and-a-half tracks sandwiched around a trip to the treacherous Talladega Superspeedway, the Round of 12 is sure to increase the playoff intensity. The first 1.5-mile track comes this weekend in Charlotte Motor Speedway’s Bank of America 500. While BK enters the Round of 12

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Brad Picks Up Playoff Point in Top 10 Finish at Dover

In the playoffs, every point counts, and Brad Keselowski swiped another going into the Round of 12.
The No. 2 Miller Lite Ford Fusion driver won Stage 1 in the final Round of 16 race, the Apache Warrior 400 at Dover International Speedway. Already locked into the second round, Kes enjoyed a stress-free run at The Monster Mile and logged his 17th Top 10 finish of the year, crossing in 10th.
“We had some pretty good strategy

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Brad Braced for Monster Mile’s Challenge

Brad Keselowski doesn’t need an outstanding finish in this weekend’s Apache Warrior 400, but the No. 2 Miller Lite Ford driver will nonetheless look for the Top 5 that eluded him earlier this season at Dover International Raceway.
Brad’s No. 2 Ford in Wurth colors showed great speed at The Monster Mile earlier this year, but it could only show it for 66 laps. Just one week after another competitor’s wreck knocked him out a Charlotte,

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Apache Warrior 400

“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.”








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