Brad Keselowski thought his No. 22 Discount Tire Ford Mustang could make it to the end of the Boyd Gaming 300, but that was a gamble. Thankfully, in Vegas, gambles pay off, as the Penske Racing driver overcame electrical issues late to win Saturday’s Boyd Gaming 300 at Las Vegas (Nev.) Motor Speedway. Not only though did Keselowski had to worry about his impending issue inside the racecar, but he had a hungry and local favorite Kyle Busch on his heels and ready to pounce. Thankfully, this year, luck played out as the Rochester Hills, Michigan native received redemption from two years ago, where late-race issues deprived him of what seemed as an almost for sure triumph. It was the 30-year old’s ... FULL STORY »
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