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01/23/2011

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My grandfather (John) went to Detroit in the 1920s, early 30s, to work in the auto industry. He wanted to get into racing – in this thing called NASCAR.

Keselowski tells a good story but lousy history as NASCAR didn't come into existence until the 50's, 20-30 years after Keselowski's grandfather tried to buy a car to go racing.

I hope he is a better driver than historian.

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