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Brad Keselowski’s Failure to Clinch Cup Title Good or Bad for NASCAR?

The NASCAR Sprint Cup season is down to the battle of two drivers and two races. The drivers could hardly be more different with one fighting for a first title and the other looking to wrap up a sixth. Brad Keselowski, 28, is brash, but smart when it comes to contending for wins. He says what he thinks and rolls out of the ideal corporate image a bit more than most drivers. Keselowski drove a couple Cup races for various teams in 2008, a partial schedule in 2009 and his first full season at NASCAR's top level for Roger Penske in 2010. The driver of the Blue Deuce has nine wins in the Cup series. He won a NASCAR Nationwide title for Penske Racing in 2010 with his present Cup crew chief Paul Wolfe. Keselowski now finds himself going...

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