Keselowski dominates Kentucky

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SPARTA, KY (TheSpread) – Brad Keselowski dominated the Quaker State 400 on Saturday night for his second NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win of the season.

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Keselowski won the pole on Friday night and then dominated from there, leading over 190 laps of the race. He clearly established himself as the best car at the track and picked up his second win at Kentucky, a track that hasn’t been used for long by NASCAR.

According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Keselowski had 8/1 odds to win this race coming into the week, which means a wager of $100 on him to win will pay out an additional $800.

Jeff Gordon maintains his spot on top of the standings. He now leads Jimmie Johnson and Dale Earnhardt Jr. by 24 points. Gordon finished sixth while Johnson was 10th and Dale Jr. was fifth. Keselowski moves to fourth in the standings with his win. He is 58 points out of first.

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For a complete look at the results from the 2014 Quaker State 400, see below

2014 Quaker State 400 Results

1 Brad Keselowski (2)

2 Kyle Busch (18)

3 Ryan Newman (31)

4 Matt Kenseth (20)

5 Dale Earnhardt Jr. (88)

6 Jeff Gordon (24)

7 Kevin Harvick (4)

8 Kasey Kahne (5)

9 Joey Logano (22)

10 Jimmie Johnson (48)

11 Tony Stewart (14)

12 Kurt Busch (41)

13 Marcos Ambrose (9)

14 Greg Biffle (16)

15 Paul Menard (27)

16 Austin Dillon (3)

17 Carl Edwards (99)

18 Michael Annett (7)

19 Martin Truex Jr. (78)

20 Casey Mears (13)

21 Danica Patrick (10)

22 AJ Allmendinger (47)

23 Clint Bowyer (15)

24 Justin Allgaier (51)

25 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. (17)

26 Brian Vickers (55)

27 Reed Sorenson (36)

28 Cole Whitt (26)

29 Josh Wise (98)

30 David Gilliland (38)

31 David Ragan (34)

32 Landon Cassill (40)

33 Ryan Truex (83)

34 Travis Kvapil (32)

35 David Stremme (33)

36 Alex Bowman (23)

37 Jamie McMurray (1)

38 Joe Nemechek (66)

39 Aric Almirola (43)

40 Kyle Larson (42)

41 Mike Bliss (93)

42 Denny Hamlin (11)

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