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Keselowski holds off Kyle Busch to win Nationwide Series race at Las Vegas

Brad Keselowski (megasportsnews.com photo)

Brad Keselowski overcame electrical problems to hold off Kyle Busch and win the Boyd Gaming 300 Nationwide Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

It was his first win in Las Vegas.

The 30-year-old Keselowski had his fair share of troubles during the race. He lost three spots early in the race after sliding in and through his pit box. He also lost power due to a bad alternator which forced him to shut down his car.

But the Rochester Hills, Michigan resident worked his way through all the traffic to win his 28th career win in the Nationwide Series.

Rounding out the top-five were Kyle Larson who was third, Dale Earnhardt Jr. fourth and Chase Elliott fifth. It was Elliott’s first top-five finish.

Keselowski wins Quaker State 400 race at Kentucky Speedway

 

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SPARTA, KENTUCKY — Driving his backup car, Brad Keselowski raced to his third win of the year, grabbing the lead with 55 laps to go and held off all challengers Saturday night in the NASCAR Quaker State 400 race at Kentucky Speedway.

Brad Keselowski's winning car

This year’s race went smooth as silk after track and Kentucky government officials spent the 365 days widening ramps, roads and highways and added 20,000 parking spaces. The initial Cup race in 2011 was marred by severe traffic jams and congestion which resulted in thousands of angry fans that got turned away due to no parking spaces being available.

Brad Keselowski (R) with crew chief, Paul Wolfe

The 28-year-old Keselowski, who is from the Detroit suburb of Rochester Hills, Michigan, won his seventh win in his five years in the Sprint Cup Series. He has two other wins this season at Bristol and Talladega.

The always-energetic and humorous Keselowski, was driving his backup car after wrecking the right side of his top car into the wall in a collision with Juan Pablo Montoya during practice earlier in the week during practice sessions. That accident occured on his first lap on the track.

Kasey Kahne came through with a late surge to finish second; Denny Hamlin was third, Dale Earnhardt Jr. came in fourth and Jeff Gordon was fifth.

2011 race champion Kurt Busch had the dominant car early in the first half of the race before he was bumped into a wall and had to battle suspension problems and a shock absorber which dropped into a non-contention state.

Tony Stewart was never a factor as he fell to the back of the pack with fuel-injection problems.

 

 

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Brad Keselowski wins Nationwide race at Michigan International Speedway

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Brad Keselowski kept telling his crew chief during Saturday’s race that he did not need a clutch.

Turns out the Nationwide Series points leader knew what he was talking about.

Keselowski, fighting a faulty clutch for most of the race, won in a convincing style Saturday in the CARFAX 250 at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn.

Brad Keselowski (Courtesy of NASCARmedia.com)

Keselowski, who is from nearby Rochester Hills, Michigan, had clutch trouble that caused his car, a Dodge to stall during one green-flag pit stop but didn’t slow him down while in full gear.

As far as the Nationwide Series points standings look, Keselowski is 347 points ahead of Carl Edwards, who finished 3.179 seconds behind in second place. Edwards barely got past Kyle Busch at the finish line.

Danica Patrick struggled most of the day, finishing four laps down in 27th place. She started 33rd but quickly fell a lap down. She lost another lap when penalized for driving above the blend line out of turn 2.

Info compiled from staff and  NASCAR Nationwide Series