The Rolex at Daytona and Brian France

The Rolex 24 at Daytona is my own personal start to the racing season. That race gets me reignited for the coming NASCAR season. I truly enjoy seeing guys that I rarely hear about racing around Daytona for 24 hours. This year, there won’t be any NASCAR drivers in the mix, but there will be plenty of IRL drivers. If you’ve never watched, I highly recommend it.

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Keselowski Hits His Stride Heading to the Chase

Brad Keselowski and team got his car right when it mattered most – at the end of the race. In what started out to look like the Kevin Harvick and Martin Truex. Jr. show, events transpired to put Keselowski in the lead as Harvick and others had to pit for fuel. Goodyear brought a harder tire to the newly repaved track allowing most teams to change 2 tires at a time when pitting. But the lack of grip combined with the new low downforce package made for a night of…

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Brad Keselowski Finally Gets A Daytona Win

After a leading the most laps and starting 5th, Brad Keselowski got his first Daytona win after holding off a hard-charging Kyle Busch. Busch was a factor all night long and led 16 laps, the 2nd most of the night. While a far cry from Keselowski’s 115 led, Busch was in the hunt all night.

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Keselowski Wins the Talladega Demolition Derby

Well, do you like restrictor plate racing? The spring race at Talladega saw 35 of the 40 cars involved in crashes in one way or another. Two cars got airborne and there were numerous other cars that were involved in high-speed crashes. This was a particularly nasty race with the number of cars that got sent into the air and some really hard hits for Danica Patrick and Michael Annett. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. was in two wrecks early on and the second one with Carl Edwards completely ended both of…

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