Brad Keselowski had the field at Milwaukee covered on Saturday night, leading 145 of the first 171 laps run. That all changed, however, when young phenom Joey Logano slammed into Keselowski in a turn while battling for the lead, caving in the left-front fender on Keselowski’s No. 88 Chevrolet.
Brad Keselowski was able to celebrate the Federated Auto Parts 300 win in victory lane with much of his family, as brother Brian Keselowski was also in town after attempting to qualify for Saturday’s event (he spun on his qualifying lap and DNQ’d).
I might as well write a template for the Nationwide Series Breakdown. Saturday, Joe Gibbs Racing dominated the NASCAR Nationwide Series X (Heluva Good! 200). Driver X (Denny Hamlin) smoked the field, leading X (131) of X laps (200). Joe Gibbs Racing has now won X (nine) of X (14) races in the Nationwide Series this season.
After taking yet another two weekends off, the Craftsman Truck Series returns to action at Lowe’s Motor Speedway. Over the last few seasons, I’ve learned just how much I love the Truck Series; given the choice, I would watch a Truck Series race before I would watch a Sprint Cup or Nationwide one, hands down. A couple months ago, in fact I gave you four reasons to watch the Truck Series. But I understand that just like some people, no series is perfect. This week, I’ll turn the tables and take a look at things I’d like to see in the coming weeks, as well as over the next few years in the series.
This week, we’ll go through all the media reports, interviews, PR and all our own stuff to find the best quotes from the Busch Series race to capture the story of how the weekend unfolded. It’s the most original commentary you’ll ever find; the truth, coming straight out of the mouths of the drivers, crew …
Reed Sorenson survived the carnage of wrecked racecars and a late challenge by Scott Wimmer to take the checkered flag first in Saturday night’s Gateway 250.