Keselowski feeling like a lottery winner
Forgive up-and-comer Brad Keselowski for being a little giddy as the 2009 Nationwide opener approaches. A year and a half ago, he didn't even have a job.
Just 19 months ago, Brad Keselowski faced an uncertain future in NASCAR.
In the early summer of the 2007 Nationwide Series season, his owner went broke, putting Keselowski out of a seat. He was an unemployed 23-year-old with a résumé filled with back-of-the-pack racing.
Some of those drivers never catch another break. But Keselowski's phone rang during the week of a Truck Series race when Germain Racing's Ted Musgrave had been suspended for a race and the team needed a one-shot replacement.
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