HAMPTON, Ga. (AP) - Brad Keselowski is on quite a roll.
He wants to keep it going right through the Chase for Sprint Cup championship.
Keselowski has won two of the last four races - and finished second and third in the others. His performance over the last month has virtually locked up at least a wild card in the NASCAR playoff and is even more amazing coming after he broke his left ankle while practicing at Road Atlanta.
The 27-year-old knows these things run in cycles, so he wants to capitalize on having a fast car as long as possible.
Keselowski got in 66 laps of practice Saturday afternoon and is also returning to his Nationwide team, racing in the evening at Atlanta Motor Speedway. He sat out the last four Nationwide races to give his ankle more time to heal.

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