Keselowski not vocal with media at New Hampshire
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Brad Keselowski leads David Ragan and Jimmie Johnson Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
A deflated Brad Keselowski exhibited his frustration with the media Sunday post-race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Keselowski, who scored his first top-five finish in 11 races, kept his talking points short in a press conference after Sunday’s 5-Hour Energy 301.
“[I’m] ready to go home,” said Keselowski, who answered a total of five questions from reporters.
Keselowski led three times for 101 laps—the first time this season he led the most laps in an event. His runner-up finish was his second one of 2015.
Kyle Busch’s victory snapped Team Penske’s streak of two consecutive wins at NHMS.
Keselowski talked about racing against lap traffic and the role it played in the race.
“Lapped traffic was a bit of a struggle for everyone, some more than others,” he said. “It’s part of the game.”
But Keselowski also voiced his assessment of his team and the performance of Team Penske at the 1.058-mile race track.
“We’ve got really fast cars,” he said. “That’s the backbone of performance in this sport, having really fast cars. We had an exceptionally fast car here today. Really proud to have another one here.”
Courtesy of NASCAR Media