Keselowski: America's new racing hero

Keselowski: America's new racing hero

IndyCar ace Will Power may be doing the majority of the winning for Roger Penske's multi-facted racing operation right now, but his NASCAR rising star Brad Keselowski is fast becoming America's latest racing hero

While Australian Will Power was making the headlines thanks to his honest display of disapproval against IndyCar officials' decisions at New Hampshire last Sunday, some 340 miles west, 27-year-old Brad Keselowski was riding a bicycle in circles in the driver-owner motor-coach lot at Watkins Glen, in what looked like a therapy session to work on an injured left ankle.

Most of his colleagues meanwhile were chilling out or sharing some privacy following a rain-delay that postponed the Sprint Cup series race until Monday morning.

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