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Topic - Brad Keselowski
Roger Penske and Sam Hornish Jr. have been together for nearly 300 races over the last decade.
Back on top with only two NASCAR greats left to catch, Jimmie Johnson won his sixth championship in eight years Sunday and staked his claim as one of the most dominant competitors in sports history.
Championship contender Matt Kenseth posted the fastest speed during final practice for NASCAR's season finale.
In the six years Dario Franchitti had been driving for Chip Ganassi, he had only phoned his boss once from his home in Scotland.
There was no trash talking, no attempts at mind games. If there was tension or nerves, nobody could tell.
Brad Keselowski rolled into Phoenix International Raceway a year ago locked into a tight championship battle with Jimmie Johnson, and left the track poised to claim his first Sprint Cup title.
When NASCAR drivers gathered in Las Vegas last year to celebrate the end of the season, Jeff Gordon thought Clint Bowyer's rage toward him might have eased in the two weeks following an on-track spin and an off-track melee between their crews.
Just like last season, Jimmie Johnson enters the next-to-last race with a seven-point lead in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship. He came up empty in his bid for a sixth title last year, but is more confident about his chances following Sunday's dominating victory at Texas.
Matt Kenseth started to answer a question about how he could affect Jimmie Johnson on the track when the five-time Sprint Cup champion suddenly leaned around a corner of the room.
It was just another surreal moment in this disappointing season for defending champion Brad Keselowski.
If Brad Keselowski is trying to play mind games with Kyle Busch in an effort to derail Busch's championship chances, Joe Gibbs doesn't believe his driver can be rattled on the race track.
Kyle Busch is apparently expecting retaliation from Brad Keselowski for wrecking him in the Nationwide Series race last week at Kansas.
Kyle Busch added one more awful afternoon to his history of disasters at Kansas Speedway.
Kevin Harvick won a wreck-filled race at Kansas Speedway on Sunday, keeping out of trouble all afternoon and making a big move in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship.
Just about everything that could go wrong at Kansas Speedway has for Kyle Busch.
"Doctors don't understand our sport. They never have. Doctors aren't risk takers. We are," Keselowski has said. "That's what makes our sport what it is. When you get doctors involved, you water down our sport."
"Let's just say I'm probably 180 degrees different than the current NASCAR champion feels about having doctors around, their input," he said.