With two airborne cars and 35 accidents, last Sundays Talladega Superspeedway still saw a winner in Brad Keselowski.
This win ended Joe Gibbs four straight victories, giving Keselowski his fourth career win at Talladega and second victory of the season.
Crazy day. Somehow we managed to stay ahead of or out of all the chaos,” Keselowski said. “That’s how Talladega goes. Sometimes we run here and everybody kind of lines up against the wall, and sometimes we come here and it’s crazy side by side, wreck ’em up, flip ’em.
“I think that’s kind of the allure to coming here because you don’t know what you’re going to get.”
“Racing has always been that balance of daredevils and chess players, this has always been more of a daredevil-type track,” said Keselowski.
Kyle Busch came in second place, who said that when crossing the line he saw only 4 cars without any kind of damage.
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