Brad Keselowski still unhappy despite three strong races

Brad Keselowski finished third Sunday at Las Vegas. (Getty Images)
Brad Keselowski finished third Sunday at Las Vegas. (Getty Images)
Brad Keselowski finished third Sunday at Las Vegas. (Getty Images)

Reigning NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Brad Keselowski isn’t copying his title winning run from last season.

Last season after the third race of the season Keselowski had two finishes of 32 and 35 with a fifth in between.  His first win didn’t come until Bristol in the spring last season. He would go on to win five races in route to the title, but early in the season despite the win at Bristol and later at Richmond, Keselowski didn’t exactly set the NASCAR world on fire.

One year later and Keselowski is as hot as any of the top drivers in the Sprint Cup series.  After a fourth place finish at Daytona and Phoenix, Keselowski finished with a strong third place run Sunday in the Kobalt Tools 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.  According to Keselowski his view is different coming into this season. MORE>>>

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