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Fellow drivers offer advice to new dads Kyle Busch, Keselowski

After becoming first-time fathers earlier this week, Kyle Busch and Brad Keselowski are destined to undergo numerous adjustments in the days and weeks ahead. The good news? They won't have to go very far to find some sage advice. Of the top 25 drivers in the Sprint Cup standings, 16 are fathers and each has at least one child under the age of 8. It's no surprise, then, than Kyle...
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Would Kyle Busch stop son from dating Keselowski's daughter?

It's been well-documented that Sprint Cup Series drivers Kyle Busch and Brad Keselowski aren't exactly the best of friends. But, as ironic twists would have it, the two longtime rivals both became first-time fathers this week, just two days part. Speaking publicly on Thursday for the first time since wife Samantha gave birth to a baby boy, Brexton, Busch was asked a loaded question...
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Baby on board: NASCAR driver Brad Keselowski a father

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) NASCAR driver Brad Keselowski is a first-time father, welcoming a daughter this week. Keselowski's girlfriend, Paige White, gave birth to the couple's first child. There were no other details announced Tuesday. Keselowski, the Team Penske driver and 2012 Sprint Cup champion, tweeted his ''Dad status'' was two thumbs up. He's the second NASCAR driver this week...
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Brad becomes a dad: Keselowski's girlfriend gives birth

Brad Keselowski and girlfriend Paige White have welcomed their first child -- a baby girl -- into the world. The couple made their big announcement through their Twitter accounts early Wednesday morning. While the new parents haven't revealed their daughter's name yet, they are clearly amped about her arrival. Baby Keselowski is the second child born to a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series...
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Takeaways from NASCAR's All-Star weekend in Charlotte

When the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series returns to its adopted home of the Charlotte, N.C. area for “10 Days of Thunder,” anything can happen.  The more than weeklong celebration of speed at the Charlotte Motor Speedway began this weekend, and was highlighted by the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race; the 110-lap dash for $1 million and absolutely no points, and this year’s running featured...
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Brad Keselowski Charlotte Motor Speedway Speedway Recap

The box score following Friday night's North Carolina Education Lottery 200 lists Brad Keselowski starting fourth and finishing fifth.   But Keselowski's (@keselowski) night at Charlotte Motor Speedway was a bit more hectic than what those numbers indicate.  Three times he came from deep in the field with his final rally landing him a fifth place finish.   The driver of...

NCWTS: Brad Keselowski Fights Back From Pit Road Problems for Top-Five

It looked as though Brad Keselowski could be a contender for the victory on Saturday night. Then it happened. The right rear would hang up on the truck underneath the first set of pit stops, resulting in a loss of precious track position. The 2012 Sprint Cup Series Champion would bounce back, though, returning to the top-10 at lap 40 in search of finding victory lane. Though he wouldn’t...
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Kasey Kahne Wins the Camping World Truck Series Race At Charlotte Motor Speedway

  Written by: Sandy Terronez, follow @sandyterronez May 15, 2015 Kasey Kahne won the NASCAR Camping World Truck 13th Annual North Carolina Education Lottery 200 race in his Haas Automation Chevrolet Friday Night at Charlotte Motor Speedway after starting from the rear of the field. The margin of victory was .005 seconds over Erik Jones. This is Kahne’s first NASCAR Camping World...
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Kasey Kahne wins the Truck Series Pole at Charlotte Motor Speedway

Posted by Sandy Terronez – follow on twitter @SandyTerronez May 15, 2015 The No. 00 Haas Automation Chevrolet of Kasey Kahne will be on the pole for Friday night’s N.C. Education Lottery 200 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Erik Jones will also start on the front row in second in his No. 04 Dollar General Toyota. Kahne won the Coors Light pole Award with a lap time of 29.778 seconds...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

NSCS: Brad Keselowski Overcomes Penalty for Fifth Place Finish

Despite having a loose wheel and being penalized with 75 laps to go on pit road, Brad Keselowski was able to fight back to a fifth place finish on Saturday night at Texas Motor Speedway. “We had a really strong car,” he commented. “It’s just that the 4 (Kevin Harvick), the 48 (Jimmie Johnson) and at times the 88 (Dale Earnhardt Jr.) was just a little bit stronger than both...
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April 12, 2015  |  Discuss

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