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Brad Keselowski’s Crew Chief adds untold story and approach Amidst the winless drought

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Brad Keselowski, the accomplished NASCAR driver, has been grappling with a winless streak over the past year or two. Despite media speculation, Keselowski’s nonchalant attitude toward this drought isn’t mere posturing. According to his crew chief, Matt McCall, there’s more to the story

When Bob POckrass asked him about the perspective of whether it was true or not, McCall emphasized that Keselowski remained committed to improvement. Rather than dwelling on the lack of wins, they focus on refining their approach, fine-tuning the car, and maximizing every opportunity.

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Keselowski’s resilience shines through. He understands that racing is cyclical, and victories will come if they stay the course. McCall admires Keselowski’s ability to maintain a positive outlook despite the challenges. Brad Keselowski’s winless streak may be a topic of discussion, but behind the scenes, the team remains steadfast. With Matt McCall’s guidance, Keselowski navigates the challenges with determination and a long-term perspective.

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Brad Keselowski’s comeback: Breaking the Winless Streak

Brad Keselowski

During the Goodyear 400 at Darlington Raceway, Keselowski found himself battling Tyler Reddick for most of the race. The final restart set up a dramatic showdown between the two drivers, with Keselowski determined to break free from the winless curse.

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As the laps wound down, Brad Keselowski seized an opportunity. Reddick and teammate Chris Buescher were racing for the lead when Reddick’s car washed up into Buescher, resulting in cut tires for both drivers. Keselowski inherited the lead and held off Ty Gibbs to secure the win. It was a golden moment—a victory that had eluded him for years.

After crossing the finish line, Keselowski’s emotions overflowed. Relief, joy, and gratitude washed over him. As a part-owner of Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing, this win held special significance. It marked his first victory since joining the team and his 36th career win overall.

READ MORE: Chris Buescher’s Near-Win and Clash with Tyler Reddick at Darlington Raceway

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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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