“Everybody was just running everybody in the back, and you could see it was just a matter of time before the wreck happened,” Kenseth said.
Keselowski was going for a weekend sweep after winning the Nationwide Series race at Indianapolis on Saturday. And for a while, it looked like he might pull it off.
Keselowski and the No. 2 team experimented with a different pit stop strategy than the rest of the leaders, attempting to set up the possibility of stretching their fuel mileage at the end of the race. But he got loose after a restart on Lap 101 and dropped to seventh.
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