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Brad Keselowski Dives Deep into His Own ‘Fight’ Rule

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Brad Keselowski recently shared his perspective on post-race brawls. In the wake of a heated altercation between Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Kyle Busch after the All-Star Race, Keselowski laid down his own “rule” for allowing fights in NASCAR.

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The All-Star Race witnessed Joey Logano clinching his first win of the season, while Stenhouse Jr. faced an early exit due to a collision with Busch. After the race, Stenhouse Jr. waited for Busch to confront him about the initial wreck. The discussion escalated into a physical altercation, with punches thrown and tempers flaring.

Keselowski’s rule is straightforward: “If you’re not running in the top 10, I have to work on my own stuff; I don’t have time to be dealing with all this drama.” Essentially, he believes that drivers outside the top 10 should focus on their performance rather than engaging in fights.

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Brad Keselowski’s Strategic Third-Place Finish at Gateway

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Brad Keselowski started the race outside the top 20, facing an uphill battle. However, he exercised patience, avoiding unnecessary risks early on. His team focused on long-term gains rather than short-term fireworks.Unable to make up significant ground in the opening stage, Keselowski methodically worked his way through the field. Gateway is notorious for limited passing opportunities, making each position hard-fought.

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Brad Keselowski’s crew played a crucial role. Well-timed pit stops allowed him to gain positions during green-flag cycles. The delicate balance between tire wear, fuel conservation, and track position was paramount. As the laps dwindled, Keselowski found himself in contention for victory. His calculated approach paid off, positioning him for a podium finish.

After the race, Keselowski shared his thoughts on strategy. He emphasized the ebb and flow of racing—how fuel-saving efforts in the early and middle segments set the stage for an intense battle in the closing laps. According to Keselowski, this complexity adds intrigue, challenging drivers and teams alike.

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I'm Moin Akhunji, a passionate sports writer renowned for my unique storytelling approach. My expertise spans across various sports, notably NASCAR, F1, and IndyCar. I hold a profound admiration for athletes like Chase Elliott and Dale Earnhardt Jr. When I'm not crafting articles, you'll likely find me trekking in the hills, indulging in my favorite hobby.
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