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Topic - Paul Wolfe
NASCAR penalized Brad Keselowski and crew chief Paul Wolfe on Tuesday for failing a post-race inspection at Dover.
Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano both heard some familiar voices calling the shots at Dover.
Here's a tweet for Brad Keselowski: NASCAR champion.
Paul Wolfe wasn't interested in working with Brad Keselowski when the driver first approached him about a potential pairing back in August 2009.
Denny Hamlin has conceded his championship chances, and Clint Bowyer and Kasey Kahne are fading fast.
Brad Keselowski held serve through the first half of the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship, duein part to a smart strategy with his Penske Racing team.
Brad Keselowski held serve through the first half of the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship, due in part to a smart strategy with his Penske Racing team.
When Paul Wolfe decided to give NASCAR a try, he made sure he had a backup plan.
Brad Keselowski was rewarded for a breakthrough season at NASCAR's top level with a contract extension from Penske Racing for both the driver and his crew chief.
"It's going to be a tough one. I think the cooling will be obviously a little bit better this week just from the fact that it's 15 second laps, the engine temps won't get quite as high," Paul Wolfe, crew chief for Brad Keselowski, said earlier Tuesday. "But yeah, trying to go out and cool down at Bristol, that could be a potential issue. There's really no room to get out of the way, unless you're just running around on the flat part there on the apron."
"I think it got everyone's attention," Wolfe said. "I think everyone should have a pretty clear understanding ... if you go out there and run 100 percent to your ability and run a normal race, then everything will be fine."