Brad Keselowski's goal this weekend is pretty simple: give team boss Roger Penske -- the owner of 15 Indianapolis 500 championships -- that elusive first victory in the Brickyard 400.
Brad Keselowski relishes triple-duty weekends at Kentucky Speedway.
Brad Keselowski can cross another item off his bucket list: driving a race car across the Mackinac Bridge -- the world's third-longest suspension span -- in his home state of Michigan.
Brad Keselowski finally won -- in the Nationwide Series -- and that could mean better things ahead. Meeting the President and accepting the driver of the year award also helped make for a good April.
Brad Keselowski put a tough stretch of the Sprint Cup season behind him with flying colors, and now it's on to Martinsville, where he writes he finally has a real chance to contend.
The season has started off well for Brad Keselowski with a pair of fourth-place finishes. He writes that while Las Vegas has never been his best track, it's going to be a good test for him and his team.
Winning the Sprint Cup title and the respect that goes with it has been great for Brad Keselowski. He writes adding a Harley J. Earl trophy for winning the Daytona 500 would be cool, too.