DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) - Brian Keselowski has a long list of things he must get done before the Daytona 500.
He needs crew members, new car parts and hotel rooms for his five-member team.
It was all just minor details to him Friday, a day after he used help from little brother Brad to earn a spot in his first Daytona 500.
Brian Keselowski has become the feel good story of SpeedWeeks, with an underdog tale of scraping his way into NASCAR's biggest show with a six-year-old race car.
He's received offers of help since qualifying for the 500, and may even have a sponsor lined up for Sunday.

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