Defending NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Brad Keselowski says Penske Racing and Roush Fenway Racing are reluctant to share information on their Ford cars this season because Hendrick Motorsports and Joe Gibbs Racing steal information. “What keeps it from going too far is the fact Hendrick and Gibbs have this nasty little
Hendrick Motorsports owner Rick Hendrick says defending Sprint Cup champion Brad Keselowski should start ''representing himself and the sport with more class'' after Keselowski accused Hendrick of stealing information by poaching employees from Ford teams.
Keselowski was at Ford headquarters in Dearborn, Mich., on Thursday. According to ESPN.com, he said his Penske...
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4 days ago
Brad Keselowski said there is a reason that both Penske and Roush Fenway Racing have been slow to share information on their Ford’s this season. That reason being– Hendrick Motorsports and Joe Gibbs Racing.
Keselowski, last years Sprint Cup champ said that both teams, referring to Hendrick and Gibbs have a “nasty habit” of outbidding their employees and stealing information...
MICHIGAN HOMECOMING: Brad Keselowski grew up in the Detroit, Mich., suburb of Rochester Hills. He was the first Michigan-born driver to win the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship when he took the crown last year. While he has yet to win at his home track in the Cup Series, he does have two NASCAR Nationwide Series victories at Michigan International Speedway (MIS).
Brad Keselowski and Denny Hamlin are not drivers foreign to Twitter wars. This time it was a little strange, as the two drivers were comparing shoes. If you are not on Twitter – this is the comical nonsense that you missed out on – but here is the recap so you can have a laugh too [...]
Brad Keselowski's standing in the chase for his second consecutive NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship is an encouraging sign of where his team is headed.
The Penske Racing driver foresees a better outlook once his team gets a handle on the circuit's rules process.
Keselowski was docked six points by NASCAR on Tuesday after his No. 2 Ford failed post-race inspection at...
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NASCAR has penalized Brad Keselowski and crew chief Paul Wolfe for failing a post-race inspection at Dover.
Keselowski and car owner Roger Penske were each docked six points, and Wolfe was fined $25,000. He was already on probation until the end of the year because NASCAR found illegal parts on the No. 2 Ford at Texas in April.
This time, the entire front end of the car was too...
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14 days ago
Brad Keselowski, driver of the No.2 Penske Racing Miller Lite Ford failed post race inspection at Dover International Speedway this past weekend. A crew member at Dover said that Keselowski’s car failed because it was too low in the front and [...]
Brad Keselowski and his Penske Racing team had issues during postrace inspection at Dover International Speedway.
Following the NASCAR Sprint Cup FedEx 400 on Sunday, the No. 2 Ford "was found to be too low in the front" after postrace inspection, according to NASCAR spokeswoman Kristi King. She added that any infractions would be decided upon on Tuesday.
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Brad Keselowski was given permission to drive the “Blue Deuce” across the Mackinac Bridge on May 29. Keselowski drove his No. 2 Miller Lite Ford Fusion across the bridge to promote the Michigan International Speedway.
The Mackinac Bridge connects the Upper and Lower peninsulas of Michigan together. It is the third longest suspension bridge in the world and...