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Brad Keselowski (Penske) – Can Keselowski avoid fights in 2015?

2014 was a great year for Keselowski and the No. 2 team.

Keselowski led the series in wins and was a serious threat to win his second title in the last three seasons. However, things did not work out as planned and Kes did not make it to the championship race in Miami at the end of the season.

Although Keselowski statistically had a phenomenal 2014, his season will be remembered by most for the off-track altercations that he was involved with. Fights and altercations between Keselowski and Matt Kenseth and then Keselowski and Jeff Gordon are highlights that have been showed over and over again when recounting the events of 2014.

The fights and altercations by no means kept Keselowski from contending for a title. In fact, so might say that “bad boy” persona gives him somewhat of an edge. Keselowski has already said that he isn’t going to change his driving style or demeanor in 2015 which might suggest more fights are on the horizon.