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The reigning Sprint Cup Series champion, Brad Keselowski was the victor in Saturday night’s Nationwide Series race at Iowa. But how will running this race affect his Sprint Cup championship efforts? (Photo Credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images). By: Toby Christie – Follow on Twitter @Tobalical Brad Keselowski notched his third Nationwide Series victory of the 2013 season Saturday night at Iowa Speedway, and the No. 22 Penske Racing team climbs closer to a possible Nationwide Series owner’s championship. But ultimately with just six races left until the Sprint Cup Series Chase for the Championship, the decision to run Keselowski in the U.S. Cellular 250 may end up biting the reigning championship team. Distractions have been aplenty for Keselowski and company after a fantastic 2012 campaign. Keselowski himself has caused waves in the media by criticizing NASCAR a couple of times. The team has chipped in with sanctions for illegal modifications to their car a couple of times, and they eve...
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