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PLAYERS: Brad Keselowski
Now that Brad Keselowski has won the Sprint Cup Series title he wants to make it clear that he still intends to buy a tank. The ideal tank for Keselowski would be one from either World War II or the Korean War. His plans for the tank? Chasing Dale Earnahrdt Jr. As Nate Ryan reports, Keselowsi will fulfill his promise of buying a tank if he won the Sprint Cup. He also would like Dale Earnahrdt Jr. to buy one. “I thought, ‘Wow, that’d be awesome,’ ” the Penske Racing driver said. “Obviously living where I do around Dale Jr., I thought it would be cool if we both got a tank and chased each other around in the woods with them. It’s kind of our deal. “I promised myself if I won (the title), I would buy one whether Dale does or not. It was kind of a little bit of motivation, I’d say. I’m not one to buy trophies for myself, but I think a tank would be pretty cool. I want to put one together and have some fun with it. When I’m done playing with it, I’ll just park it in the driveway.”
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