Penske Makes A Statement In Vegas

Brad Keselowski entered Sunday’s opening race of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoffs on the heels of two straight victories. But, despite winning each of the last two races, most didn’t think that he nor his Team Penske organization had the amount of speed that it was going to take to seriously compete for this year’s championship. Well, after Sunday’s South Point 400 at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, they made a statement. 

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Penske Drivers Playing Surprisingly Off In Qualifying Could Still Play Spoilers This Weekend In Sonoma

SONOMA, Calif – It shouldn’t be too surprising but the Team Penske trio are showing that they’re the ones to beat for Sunday’s Sonoma Grand Prix (6:30 p.m. ET/NBCSN/INDYCAR Radio Network). Penske drivers have won six of the last eight Verizon IndyCar Series races at the Sonoma Raceway and are flexing their muscle so far this weekend. But, in qualifying, they surprisingly struggled. Only one of their drivers make the Firestone Fast Six. Will Power qualified his No. 12 Chevrolet seventh which was his worst start ever in Sonoma and as…

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Ryan Hunter-Reay Earns The Pole For Sunday’s Season Finale In Sonoma

SONOMA, Calif – 11 of the 13 Verizon IndyCar Series races at the Sonoma Raceway have been won from a top three starting spot. Seven of which from the front row. In terms of natural road courses during the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series season, four of the five have been won by the pole sitter. No, scratch that, they were dominated by the pole sitter. That’s great news for Ryan Hunter-Reay but not his teammate Alexander Rossi. The Andretti Autosport driver earned his first pole in over four years with circling…

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Tale Of The Tape, Who’s Winning 2018 INDYCAR Championship This Weekend

The season finale is already here. On Sunday evening at the Sonoma Raceway, we will crown a 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series champion. But, whom among the four eligible drivers will it be? Currently, Scott Dixon leads Alexander Rossi by 29 points. Will Power and Josef Newgarden and tied for third, but they’re 87 points back. We can practically eliminate them because the only shot that either Penske driver has at hoisting the Astor Cup championship trophy after Sunday’s race is to win and also hope that both Dixon and Rossi…

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Pagenaud Looking For 3rd Straight Sonoma Win With Penske The Favorites, But Will Their Championship Streak End?

It would be mildly shocking if one of the three Team Penske drivers weren’t victorious in Sunday’s Sonoma Grand Prix (6:30 p.m. ET/NBCSN/INDYCAR Radio Network) at the Sonoma Raceway. I mean, Penske has won three of the five races on natural road courses in 2018 and have dominated this race over the last eight years. In fact, a Penske driver has won this race in six of the last eight years. Would you want to bet against them on Sunday?

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Penske Drivers Could Be Factors To Watch In Sunday’s South Point 400 (3 p.m. ET/NBCSN/PRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio)

There’s no doubt that the Team Penske cars are starting to find their mojo back. They’re coming off of two straight wins as they won on Monday in the rain delayed Brickyard 400 and finished 1-2 two weeks ago in the Southern 500. They have been getting better and better and finding more and more speed over the last month or so. Now, can they make a statement in the opening race of the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoffs at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway this weekend? I…

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Penske Wins The Last 2 Races But Do They Have The Speed To Contend For The Championship?

INDIANAPOLIS – The most momentum heading into the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series has to go to Team Penske and Brad Keselowski. Monday’s win in the rain delayed Brickyard 400 was the second straight for his No. 2 Ford. Last week, he won the prestigious Southern 500 at the Darlington Raceway. This week, he wins at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. 

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Keselowski Gives Penske Indianapolis Motor Speedway Sweep With Brickyard 400 Win

INDIANAPOLIS – For the second straight week, Brad Keselowski didn’t have the fastest car of the race. But, for the second straight week, the Team Penske driver was the one celebrating in victory lane. Last weekend, Keselowski inherited the lead after his final pit stop in the Southern 500. He’d hold off his teammate Joey Logano and Kyle Larson off for his first victory of the season in the end.

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Can Penske Sweep The Major Events At The Indianapolis Motor Speedway This Year?

Team Penske is arguably the best there’s ever been at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in terms of the Indianapolis 500. Will Power just gave them their 17th Indy 500 back in May. If you want to win the ‘500, your best option is with Penske. Power, also took his No. 12 Chevrolet to victory in the INDYCAR Grand Prix on May 12 too. But, what about NASCAR?

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Last Pit Stop Gets Keselowski Southern 500 Win For Weekend Sweep, 1-2 Penske Finish

Heading into the final pit stop of the race at the Darlington Raceway, it appeared that Sunday night’s Southern 500 was going to be Kyle Larson’s to lose. He dominated the entire 367 Lap race in his No. 42 Chevrolet including taking a win in each of the two stages of the night. If the race would have gone caution free in the closing stages like the rest of the night had practically gone, Larson would have ended up in victory lane. Instead, it was Brad Keselowski doing all the…

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