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Brad Keselowski Puts Week as Villain Behind Him, Now Focused on Chase Title

If there were ever a perfect example of zero to hero, it’s Brad Keselowski. One week ago at Charlotte, Keselowski became one of NASCAR’s most vilified drivers—a villain, if you prefer—after he tangled with Matt Kenseth, Denny Hamlin and Tony Stewart. When usually mild-mannered Matt Kenseth explodes and clotheslines you, that’s some pretty serious stuff. For some, Keselowski's actions on pit road after the race had ended made him surpass Kyle Busch as the most vilified driver in NASCAR. At least for a week. But Sunday’s Geico 500 at Talladega was redemption for Keselowski. He raced everyone cleanly when he could very easily have given a repeat performance of Charlotte. Really, how many people thought Kesel...

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