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After a solid string of top-fives, Brad Keselowski delivered a dominant run at Kentucky Speedway to capture his second win of the season.
30 years. When Turner broadcast its first race in what then was known as the NASCAR Winston Cup Series in 1983, Brad Keselowski wasn't even born yet. Neither were Joey Logano, Kyle Busch or defending New Hampshire race winner Brian Vickers
NASCAR: Under threat of rain showers, Brad Keselowski leads a 1-2 Penske effort in qualifying at Kentucky.
NASCAR: Brad Keselowski dominates at Kentucky, leading 199 of 267 laps for the win.
NASCAR: With two wins and his spot in The Chase guaranteed, Brad Keselowski can now concentrate on a run for his 2nd Sprint Cup title.
NASCAR: Kyle Busch makes contact with the right-rear of Brad Keselowski coming out of Turn 11, sending the no. 2 car around and costing him a number of spots on track.
Larry McReynolds thinks the No. 2 team is like butter … they are on a roll. Larry Mac gives us his thoughts on why Brad is title bound.
CUP: Brad Keselowski heads to the infield care center for stitches after cutting his hand on an exploded champagne bottle in Victory Lane.
Danielle Trotta travels to Penske Racing to sit down with all of their drivers for an interview. Catch the Exclusive interview here on FoxSports.com