For 2nd Straight Week, Bell Beats Cup Veteran En Route To XFINITY Series Victory In New Hampshire

Last weekend at the Kentucky Speedway, Christopher Bell came from the back to the front in his own version of a “spin and win.” On Saturday, he blocked Brad Keselowski from doing nearly the same. Last Saturday night, Bell held off Kyle Busch en route to a NASCAR XFINITY Series victory. This Saturday, he held off Keselowski en route to his second straight win and third of the 2018 season. Bell, had fresher tires than Keselowski and made the pass for the win with 18 laps-to-go and held off Keselowski…

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Keselowski’s Earns 5th New Hampshire Pole For Saturday’s Lakes Region 200 (4 p.m. ET/NBCSN/PRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio)

Without Kyle Busch in the field for this weekend’s NASCAR XFINITY Series race at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway, it opens the door for someone else to dominate. That driver is looking to be Brad Keselowski. On Friday, Keselowski was first and second respectively on the speed charts in both practice sessions. On Saturday, he picked up where he left off the day prior. 

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Pit Call Helps Keselowski Rebound For Top 5 Finish In Kentucky

SPARTA, KY – This was the year that Brad Keselowski was supposed to win the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at the Kentucky Speedway. The Team Penske driver won in 2012, 2014, 2016 and….Keselowski, qualified up front and had his sights set on a fourth victory in eight tries on the 1.5-mile track. Instead, his top five finish in his No. 2 Ford was like a win. Keselowski, came home third in Saturday night’s Quaker State 400 for his first top 10 effort in over a month. His last one…

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Saturday Night’s Quaker State 400 (7:30 p.m. ET/NBCSN/PRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) Could Be Another Busch vs. Keselowski Show

Saturday’s Quaker State 400 (7:30 p.m. ET/NBCSN/PRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) will be the eighth Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series contested at the Kentucky Speedway. Out of the first seven of races on the 1.5-mile track, Kyle Busch and Brad Keselowski have combined to win five of them. As we sit here today, I wouldn’t be shocked if they push that number to six. First off, you have to look at Busch as the favorite.

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Keselowski Had An Extra Set Of Tires, But Never Got To Use Them, Comes Home 9th

JOLIET, Ill – On the Lap 212 restart, Brad Keselowski looked to be in the catbirds seat to win Sunday’s Overton’s 400 at the Chicagoland Speedway. He was in the top five of the running order and had an extra set of fresh Goodyear tires in his pit stall waiting for him. No one else up front had that. If he could remain up front and use his tires on his No. 2 Ford hard on that stint, he would have some fresh rubber at his disposal if we had another…

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Are Keselowski And Logano The Best Restrictor Plate Racers In Cup Today?

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla – The original restrictor plate master was Dale Earnhardt. Some say he could see the air in the draft. Out of 90 career starts he is the all-time winningest driver on in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series in terms of wins at either Daytona or Talladega. He’s taken 13 combined trips to victory lane on the Cup level at those tracks. Richard Petty is next up with 12, but none of Petty’s 12 wins came with a restrictor plate. Jeff Gordon also won 12 with all of…

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Homestate Favorites Keselowski and Jones Eyeing Michigan Win

The two Michigan natives in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series field for this weekend’s race at the Michigan International Speedway have very good odds of winning on Sunday. Rochester Hills native Brad Keselowski has always wanted to win on the D-Shaped 2-mile oval, but his No. 2 Ford has never tasted victory at his hometrack. Keselowski, finished a disappointing 16th and 17th respectively in the two races at MIS a year ago, but in the 11 races prior, he never finished outside the top 13. In fact, he has…

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Logano Has Led A Ton Of Laps In Pocono, Just Doesn’t Have The Finishes, His Teammate Keselowski Has Been Dominant Instead

The “big three” among the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers should be the ones to beat this weekend in Pocono. After all, when Martin Truex Jr., Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick have combined to win 10 of the first 13 races of the season, you can’t go against them. But, this may be the time when Team Penske lands in victory lane again. So far, Joey Logano is the only one of the three drivers to win in 2018. Can he or his two other Team Penske teammates of…

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Keselowski/Busch Dominate Alsco 300 As Keselowski Wins Rain Marred Race

The return of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series stars to the NASCAR XFINITY Series occurred this weekend, as Kyle Busch and Brad Keselowski combined to lead 171 out of the 204 laps at the Charlotte Motor Speedway on Saturday afternoon. In the end, Keselowski led the final 44 laps en route to his fourth career XFINITY Series win on the 1.5-mile track. The Team Penske driver becomes the first driver to win multiple races in 2018, as the first 10 races to the year saw a different winner in…

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Can Penske Turn Dover Struggles Around In Sunday’s AAA 400 Drive For Autism (2 p.m. ET/FS1/MRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio)

If there’s any week where you may want to steer clear of the Team Penske drivers in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, this may be the week. Unfortunately, their trio of drivers haven’t fared too well at the Dover International Speedway lately. That’s why I wouldn’t think any of them would be in the hunt to win Sunday’s AAA 400 Drive For Autism (2 p.m. ET/FS1/MRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio). Joey Logano hasn’t taken his No. 22 Ford home to a top five finish at the Monster Mile since 2004. In…

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