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Brad Keselowski was his brash and bold self as he navigated the grueling Champion's Week schedule in Las Vegas.
When it came time to be champion, he absolutely delivered.
Keselowski left little doubt how much he appreciates his new role as Sprint Cup champion, calling for unity and promising to be a leader in helping the series grow.
His remarks came as NASCAR is preparing to launch a new car aimed at addressing the slide in attendance and television ratings. And Keselowski drives for Roger Penske, so he's aware of the ongoing struggles in the IndyCar Series.
Keselowski said after his Friday night speech that he wants to be a part of the solution in strengthening American motorsports.
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During halftime at a Charlotte Bobcats game NASCAR Champion Brad Keselowski competed in a basketball “skills” event. If you feel bad about your game maybe you should check out how bad Keselowski’s is at basketball. Perhaps Denny Hamlin could show him a few moves or introduce him to Michael Jordan.
It is not the glass that Brad Keselwoski but it is one like it. The 2012 Sprint Cup Champion is auctioning off a “one-of-a-kind Miller Time Sprint Cup Championship Commemorative Glass” which is signed by Keselowski and Roger Penske.
The proceeds from the auction, which is on eBay, will go to benefit Keselowski’s Checkered Flag Foundation. The foundation supports military members...
2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion Brad Keselowski, driver of the #2 Miller Lite Dodge, holds up his championship ring for a portrait prior to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion’s Awards at the Wynn Las Vegas on November 30, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Photo Credit: Chris Graythen/Getty Images for NASCAR
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Brad Keselowski improvised his championship speech in Las Vegas…
Brad Keselowski held on and won his first Sprint Cup Series title by 39 points over Clint Bowyer. Jimmie Johnson, who came into the event in 2nd place, was third (-40), Kasey Kahne (-55), and Greg Biffle (-68) made up the rest of the top five finishers. Joining those five in Las Vegas for the end of the year awards banquet will be Denny Hamlin, Matt Kenseth, Kevin Harvick, Tony Stewart...