LAS VEGAS — With Joey Logano and Brad Keselowski sweeping the front row, Keselowski sweeping both NASCAR races at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, the weekend couldn’t have ended better for team owner Roger Penske.
Of course, it didn’t start badly either.
Playing with sons Greg and Mark, Penske notched his first hole-in-one Friday on the 150-yard fourth hole of the par-3 course at Augusta National Golf Club, where Penske is a member.
“The caddie said he thought it bounced over the green into the bushes,” Penske told the NASCAR Wire Service after a Saturday night screening of “Horse Power,” a documentary detailing the preparation of Shell and Scuderia Ferrari for the 2014 Formula One season.
Nope. The ball landed in the cup on the fly and Penske had his first ace, the first of four “number ones” for the weekend.
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