Jun 30, 2014, 7:00 PM EDT
Some days, you get a thrilling race decided by the slimmest of margins. Other days, you get a butt-whipping.
Count Brad Keselowski’s victory last Saturday night at Kentucky, in which he led 199 of 267 laps, among the latter.
On today’s episode of NASCAR AMERICA, Rick Allen, Kyle Petty, and guest analyst Bill Lester looked back on Keselowski’s second win of the season.
The crew also discussed Kentucky’s rough surface and whether it’s become too much for drivers – or if it’s transformed the 1.5-mile oval into another Darlington, where the race track becomes a competitor in itself.
For more clips from NASCAR AMERICA, check out the show’s archive page. Another new episode comes at you tomorrow at 5 p.m. ET on NBCSN and NBC Sports Live Extra.
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