MADISON, Ill. (AP) - What may be the last NASCAR race at Gateway International Raceway may include some fireworks.
Brad Keselowski and Carl Edwards return to the Madison, Ill., track on Saturday with some history. Edwards trails his rival by 450 points with four races left in the Nationwide Series.
Edwards bumped then-leader Keselowski out of the way just 200 yards from the finish line to win the Missouri-Illinois Dodge Dealers 250 at Gateway on July 17. Following the race, Keselowski's father accused Edwards of trying to ``kill his son.''
Keselowski needs 136 points to clinch the series championship.
Gateway has been put up for sale by Dover Motorsports Inc., which did not apply for any racing dates at the 1.25-mile track in 2011. The oval will lack a major race for the first time since 1997.

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