Brad Keselowski leaves Kentucky Speedway in stitches

SPARTA, KY - JUNE 28: Brad Keselowski, driver of the #2 Miller Lite Ford, cut his hand on a champagne bottle while celebrating in Victory Lane after winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Quaker State 400 presented by Advance Auto Parts at Kentucky Speedway on June 28, 2014 in Sparta, Kentucky. (Photo by Todd Warshaw/Getty Images)
SPARTA, KY - JUNE 28:  Brad Keselowski, driver of the #2 Miller Lite Ford, cut his hand on a champagne bottle while celebrating in Victory Lane after winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Quaker State 400 presented by Advance Auto Parts at Kentucky Speedway on June 28, 2014 in Sparta, Kentucky.  (Photo by Todd Warshaw/Getty Images)
SPARTA, KY – JUNE 28: Brad Keselowski, driver of the #2 Miller Lite Ford, cut his hand on a champagne bottle while celebrating in Victory Lane after winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Quaker State 400 presented by Advance Auto Parts at Kentucky Speedway on June 28, 2014 in Sparta, Kentucky. (Photo by Todd Warshaw/Getty Images)

Brad Keselowski is many things, but one thing he can never be called is vanilla.  The 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup champion, famous for his somewhat inebriated interview on nationwide TV when he won his title in 2012, left Kentucky Speedway in stitches, both literally and figuratively, Saturday night.

Keselowski was the class of the field for the Quaker State 400, leading 199 of the 267 laps in route to his second win of the season, the first coming at Las Vegas in March.

“What a really fast car,” Keselowski said.  It just kind of came together for us, really across the weekend from qualifying to race practice and then in the race. “ MORE>>>

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