Keselowski wins Nationwide race after a fiery last-lap wreck
Brad Keselowski celebrates winning the Aaron's 312 at Talladega Superspeedway, a win that gave him the points lead in the NASCAR Nationwide Series
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Brad Keselowski powered past Kevin Harvick on the last lap of the Aaron's 312 Nationwide Series race to win at Talladega Superspeedway on Sunday.
The victory on a green-white-checkered finish came as a massive wreck unfolded behind him coming out of Turn 4.
Jamie McMurray, who was contending for the win, got turned around in the middle of the field and triggered a wreck that sent Dennis Setzer up into the catch fence in a flaming heap. The wreck happened before the start of the grandstands near the exit of Turn 4.
It was Keselowski's second race of the day. He said he almost wasn't allowed to drive in the Nationwide race because his carbon monoxide levels were so high from the first race. The Nationwide race had been scheduled to run on Saturday but was postponed to Sunday because of the severe storms on Saturday.
Joey Logano was second and Harvick, the winner of the Sprint Cup race, was third.
Jason Keller was fourth and John Borneman III finished fifth.
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