The points race may be tight in the Sprint Cup Series and the pressure may be building for Brad Keselowski, who will go two-to-toe with five-time champion Jimmie Johnson to earn his first series championship.
That doesn't appear to change Keselowski's approach heading into this weekend's race at Texas Motor Speedway.
Keselowski's thoughts going into this weekend:
“When you have a team
like we have on the Miller Lite Dodge, it’s easy to stay calm in the face of
adversity. We all have each other’s back. We like our role is in this Chase.
While we aren’t being overlooked by any means, there are many who think that we
are still too young of a team to seriously challenge the 48 team. We like it
that way," he said.
"In reality, we are a very good race team that is primed to take this
fight right down to the last lap at Homestead-Miami Speedway next month. I’m
very confident in our abilities at Texas this weekend. The mile-and-a-half
tracks have been really good to us this year. We had an awesome car in April at
Texas – probably the best car I’ve ever had there – but fuel issues kept us from
challenging for the win. This weekend, I’m expecting to challenge for the