Brad Keselowski @keselowski
Race Team: Team Penske
Car: No. 2 Detroit Genuine Parts Ford
After leading 115 of 161 laps, Brad Keselowski earned his first career win at Daytona International Speedway as he held off Kyle Busch by a margin of 0.159 seconds. Keselowski emerged from a thrilling NASCAR overtime finish to capture the 58th annual Coke Zero 400 Powered By Coca-Cola.
Keselowski, tied for a season-best three overall race wins, has now won the past three of four restrictor plate races and claimed his third top-five finish at DAYTONA since 2013.
The landmark win was the 50th in Keselowski’s Sprint Cup career in his 250th career start and the 100th in the Sprint Cup career of legendary owner Roger Penske.
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