Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Keselowski pretty much a safe bet for a good finish at Loudon this weekend.

In 2010, Brad Keselowski scored his first career pole at Loudon. This spring, the Blue Deuce sat on the pole, for his second career NHMS pole. This weekend, Keselowski looks to add to his resume at the NASCAR Sprint Cup series comes to the Magic Mile for the second Chase Race.

“New Hampshire has become a pretty good racetrack for me." The the defending series champion said recently. "Our flat-track program at Penske Racing has been very solid as a whole. It’s one of the tracks where (crew chief) Paul (Wolfe) has experience as a driver. It’s very hard to emphasize how much of a difference that can make. After testing at Loudon earlier this year, I feel really good about our package for the race. We have the top 10s and the top-fives there, but we want wins. I think this is the weekend we can put it all together and get the Miller Lite Ford in Victory Lane."

Does not making The Chase change his outlook on the final races? “Not at all. We are as hungry as ever to go out and win races. That being said, if we can R&D a part for the 22 car this year or for us next year, then we’ll certainly be a team player and do that. Winning a Cup championship is tough so if we can help them out we will do so. But make no mistake, our goal is to go out and win as many of these races as we can."

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