Brad Keselowski and team owner Roger Penske were the men of the hour at the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series final night of celebration in Las Vegas, Nevada. Special award winners included Jimmie Johnson and Tony Stewart.
Amanda Vincent, NASCAR Correspondent
Newman to Roush Fenway...mark my words.
The partnership of PPG and Penske Racing dates back to 1984. It includes all of Penske's NASCAR and IndyCar teams.
Bruce Martin - Special to Motorsport.com
At the start of the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Penske Racing's Brad Keselowski was not one of the favorites for the championship. Yet they won which makes them our #3 top 20 moment!
Keselowski secures a spot in the Chase with victory.
What an honor for the Michigan native to be able to drive his Penske Racing Ford across the “Mighty Mac” suspension bridge that connects the Upper and Lower Peninsula of the Great Lakes State.
Joe Jennings, NASCAR correspondent
Fuel calculation became a factor in the final laps, and once again the Captain and his team were spot on for their new 2013 season driver to earn the victory.
Legendary South Florida businessman responsible for building the facility that hosts NASCAR championship races
Despite starting just his fifth full season of NASCAR Sprint Cup Series competition, Logano is already a Daytona Unlimited veteran.
Nancy Knapp Schilke
Penske Racing’s Joey Logano sets new NASCAR Sprint Cup qualifying record at Michigan International Speedway on his way to nail down the home pole for the team owner and Ford Motor Company.
It was the defending champion’s day in Loudon for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series qualifications on the New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Keselowski now owns the track record.