Brad Keselowski

Brad Keselowski has been quoted in 6 different articles. Most recently, Brad Keselowski has been quoted saying, “I hate when I lose that way. When you win that way, you just take it and move on.” in an article called Evening out: Keselowski wins Atlanta after Harvick miscue. This is only one of 14 quotes from Brad Keselowski. To see more examples Brad Keselowski’s views and opinions, check out the section below. You can filter Brad Keselowski's quotes by date and by topic to see, for example, what Brad Keselowski said about Michigan recently and in the past.

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We've had races where we've led a bunch of laps and things fall apart at the end. That's just part of how this sport works. Anyone who wants to leave a comfort zone, I'm going to push harder and I'm going to beat them. You've got to run right to the limit. Sometimes, you're going to go over.

I hate when I lose that way. When you win that way, you just take it and move on.

We've had races where we led a bunch of laps and things just fall apart at the end. That's just how this sport works. You take advantage of the opportunities when they come. We certainly caught an opportunity. Kevin was very, very strong. But we persevered.

I thought I was being conservative. I guess I wasn't. I was just pushing it too hard. Kevin was very, very strong. But we persevered.

Kevin was very, very strong. He was the guy to beat. But we persevered.

Some years I think we have it where we run here and nobody wrecks and it's great racing, and then you have other years like this where everybody wrecks all the time.

The people of Michigan love their champions, and as I can attest and Benny can attest, he was a champion that made everyone in the state very proud.

He's from Detroit, and he came from being a Michigan taxi driver to a NASCAR champion. Think about that. That seems like the script from a Hollywood movie. But that is exactly what Benny Parsons accomplished in 1973.

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