Kansas Speedway - Kansas City, KS

Brad Keselowski grabbed the lead from Alex Bowman with 11 laps to go and survived a NASCAR overtime finish to win the Digital Ally 400 under the lights of Kansas Speedway. Keselowski claimed his 30th career win in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (his second victory at Kansas) and his third victory of the 2019 season.

“We were just too loose early and then in the traffic I brushed the wall a little bit. With about 100 to go Paul Wolfe and the team made some adjustments and the Wurth Ford responded. I felt we were a top-3 or top-5 car but then the yellow came out right as we came to pit road and I thought we would have to claw to get a top-10. A couple opportunities presented themselves and we were fighting for the lead. Alex Bowman ran an incredible race. We just had a little fresher tires and I was able to catch the traffic just right to make the move on him and from there we were able to get the win.” - Brad Keselowski

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