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NOT – Brad Keselowski

The was only one car on the track on Sunday that could have taken the win away from Brad Keselowski and that car was that of Keselowski’s. The Pocono 400 was his race to lose and although it wasn’t exactly his fault (trash on the grille and all) he still lost the race to a car that simply wasn’t as strong as he was. As disappointing as the finish to the race was, Keselowski and the No. 2 can take solace in the fact that they already have a win in 2014. Can you imagine how heartbreaking that would have been had he been trying to win for the first time this year? Keselowski still ran well and his second place finish will help him in the standings. However, at the end of the day it’s hard to look at the Brightside when the NASCAR world knows you had the race in hand.