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NASCAR at Kentucky 2014 Results: Race Order, Final Times and Twitter Reaction

Brad Keselowski was the hardest-working man in NASCAR on Friday. Mere hours after he secured the pole for Friday night's Nationwide Series race, he went ahead and did it again for this Saturday's Quaker State 400 at the Kentucky Speedway. From 2008-2013, Keselowski had three Sprint Cup poles to his name. Through the first 17 races of 2014, he's matched that number, per NASCAR Stats: This is the ninth time this year that the No. 2 car has been in the front row, per USA Today's Jeff Gluck: Not only did Keselowski go back-to-back on Friday, but he also did so in record-breaking fashion. His top speed of 188.791 miles per hour set a new benchmark at Kentucky: That's the 12th track record to fall in qualifying this year, per Dustin Long of Mo...

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