BRAD KESELOWSKI A CLEAR TITLE THREAT AFTER 3RD WIN OF 2014 AT NEW HAMPSHIRE
Simply put, win No. 3 of the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup season for Brad Keselowski was a dominating performance.
For most of Sunday afternoon, the Team Penske driver was untouchable. He had his No. 2 Redd's Ford Fusion in a separate ZIP code from the rest of the field. Often, his lead over the second-place car was nearly five seconds.
It was one of those special afternoons that drivers dream about. Keselowski’s Ford was nearly perfect. No, make that it was perfect. His crew chief, Paul Wolfe, made few changes.
“Well, I knew we had a great car, and you don't take it for granted,” said Keselowski in the post-race press conference. “From our perspective, our car was so fast you hate to do anything to it because something could happen. Every once in a while you get one of these cars and you are thankful and try like hell to not screw them up.”
His win on Sunday completed a sweep of both the Nationwide and Sprint Cup races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, a first on the one-mile oval. Read Full Article