ON WINNING THE 2010 NNS CHAMPIONSHIP "Winning the 2010 NASCAR Nationwide Series championship is a remarkable achievement for Brad Keselowski, Penske Racing and Dodge. Brad not only won the championship, but drove the Dodge Challenger to victory...
ON WINNING THE 2010 NNS CHAMPIONSHIP
"Winning the 2010 NASCAR Nationwide Series championship is a remarkable achievement for Brad Keselowski, Penske Racing and Dodge. Brad not only won the championship, but drove the Dodge Challenger to victory in two of the four new car races. The countless hours spent maximizing the performance of the Dodge Charger and Dodge Challenger for competition has produced the ultimate reward -- the NASCAR Nationwide Series championship. We're extremely proud of our partnership with the entire team at Penske Racing. The competition this year has been intense, making this championship even more satisfying. This is the perfect end to an amazing season."
Ralph Gilles -- Dodge President and CEO
FROM THE 'GATOR'
"The next few races for me are really important because it will be the last two that I get to spend with my Verizon Wireless Dodge guys. They have worked so hard for me this year that I owe it to them to try and get our Verizon Wireless Dodge into the winner's circle again. Anyone who has an ounce to do with this No. 12 car means so much to me. I won't to go out the last few races and drive my heart out and get these guys a win."
Justin Allgaier, No. 12 Verizon Wireless Dodge Charger
"It's nice to head into Phoenix knowing that we've clinched the Nationwide driver's championship, but we still have some work to do. It's important for all of us, our entire organization, to try and secure the owner's championship for Roger (Penske) and claim both titles."
Brad Keselowski, No. 22 Discount Tire Dodge
"I can't seem to put my finger on what's made Phoenix such a good track for me, but I think it has something to do with my dirt racing background. You're always searching for different lines in the dirt, and because of the differences between the opposite ends of the track, you're always searching for a line that will suit your car best."
Justin Allgaier, No. 12 Verizon Wireless Dodge
-source: dodge motorsports