Brad Keselowski won NASCAR's Quaker State 400 and did so while driving his back-up car. Keselowski's third win of the year has given him a good chance for a spot in the Chase for the Sprint Cup.Get More NASCAR Video
Reigning champ Tony Stewart had a rough go of it at Kentucky Speedway on Saturday night. Smoke had engine trouble and finished in 32nd place. Meanwhile, five-time champion Jimmie johnson fared much better. The pole-sitter took the lead on lap 189. But in the end he was no match for Brad Keselowksi. The number 2 car built up a big lead during the final green-flag run and cruised to the win. Keselowski captured the checkered flag at the Quaker State 400 for his series-best third victory of the season. Brad won with his backup car and all but assured himself a spot in the Chase for the Sprint Cup.