Keselowski Wins Nationwide F.W. Webb 200

Brad Keselowski took the checkered flag at Nationwide's F.W. Webb 200 on Saturday. Keselowski overtook Kevin Harvick with 22 laps remaining, which led to Harvick's post-race tirade.

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Danica Patrick had an up-and-down day at Nationwide's F.W. Webb 200 on Saturday. Patrick made contact with other cars on two different occasions but still managed to finish a respectable 14th. The same could not be said for fellow female Amber Cope. She was 30 laps off the pace when her 24 car impeded the progress of leader Kevin Harvick. Harvick never regained his momentum and was eventually passed by pole-sitter Brad Keselowski with 22 laps to go. Keselowski took advantage of the traffic and went on to take the checkered flag for his first win at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Brad registered his second Nationwide victory of the year and the 19th of his career. And the drama didn't stop when Keselowski crossed the finish line. Harvick, still ticked off over losing the race through no fault of his own, decided to bump Cope on the cool down lap while Ricky Stenhouse Jr passed out on the track and had to be stretchered off. Luckily, he was treated and released from the infield care center minutes later.