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NASCAR: 5 Ways a Brad Keselowski Championship May Change the Sport

They say that NASCAR is a cyclical sport, where you're a champion one day, a forgotten former hero the next.

But one thing has remained constant ever since NASCAR was formed in Daytona Beach in the late 1940s: sooner or later, the oldsters get replaced by a new crop of youngsters.

That not only applies to drivers, but also extends all the way up to NASCAR's top corporate offices. Sooner or later, folks like Brian France, Mike Helton and other current and longtime NASCAR officials are eventually going to retire.

Whose hands are they going to leave the sport in? What will the future of the sport be? Who will be the next big name to become the face of NASCAR over, say, the next decade or two?

Early Sunday evening, w...

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