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Windy Conditions, New Rules Package the Talk of Brad Keselowski’s Kobalt 400 Win

When the best and brightest of NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series retired to their corporate jets and flew home from Las Vegas, site of the season's third race, they must have felt slightly like the Children of Israel. The Kobalt 400, Brad Keselowski's 18th career victory, was no ordinary race. Ordinary races do not include winds varying from 10 to 50 miles an hour. They do not often include a delay for a sandstorm. Thankfully, no plague of locusts descended on Las Vegas Motor Speedway before its 267 laps were completed. No frogs, lice, flies and no thunderstorm of hail and fire. It was weird. It wasn't biblical. "I guess that's the wild, wild west, right? It was dusty, rainy, windy, crazy," runner-up Joey Logano said. "That ma...

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