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Erin Andrews sits down with 2012 Sprint Cup champion Brad Keselowski.
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His third victory in. How did well -- Plus yards and Vernon Wells went up here. You are now carrying around this huge bullseye on your back. You come in media day other drivers are talking about you how is that pennant. I don't ever feel bullseye I just never have. I don't anticipate ever well because I enjoy it and it's another chance for me to prove that you know I have what it takes to be a champion. How -- you worry about what the other drivers say or think about you I tried not to. But I -- relax and have a line I said power at all because you do -- Afghanistan when -- a sport like racing. Your fate can be more easily dictated by someone else and it can be yourself. But on the other side of that you have to always remember that in order to really knows you're successful the measuring stick for that is when other people each. He hit the Afghan the most flattering thing that could ever happen terrorist car driver is to be booed. Because you know when that happens you pissed off. Every other fan out there that's mad that their drivers not winning -- beating them. Jimmie Johnson was -- -- you at media day and he did address your maturity he said you have the best intentions for our sport for your sponsor. But you need to mature a little funny thing about that. He was just trying to play head games with -- make me feel like I'm not good enough to be in the same league as him I know I'm doing something right when there's people criticizing me. They had games are part of our absolutely -- I don't think he knows him well enough to know that that's not gonna work. It's. You were so adamant about being different -- need this and you different attitude white NASCAR need that well I think that. The sports world that this changing and I think to be relevant authenticity. Is what fans -- and it's okay to showcase that. It didn't start doing your age and NASCAR. If I have my choice yes I'd like to see the sport refresh you know I don't think we can -- be the same I don't feel like every driver should be this cookie cutter you know. I love my sponsored. Body ruffling people's Patterson right -- I like to break people out of the box that they live and it tells me. Realize he's baker is not it just. It makes me feel like I'm doing something more from. So is that Hawaii you have this I wanna be different persona I wanna say what I feel because there are people that can relate to you that. Don't wanna just be the same cookie. -- driver. I feel I got -- on this persona because I wanna leave the sport better than what it was when I entered and in order to do that we have to do things differently.