Keselowski Ready for Changing of Guard

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Brad Keselowski’s reaction to the misfortunes of Jimmie Johnson at Phoenix International Speedway last Sunday were unexpected.

When Johnson crashed and ended up in the garage, Keselowski wasn’t relieved. NASCAR's Twitter darling didn’t gloat after regaining the point lead or tweet a snarky riposte chiding Johnson’s setback.


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