Free agency heating up for Junior's ride
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Brad Keselowski left himself very little wiggle room when asked if he is a candidate to replace Dale Earnhardt Jr. next season.
Keselowski is in a contract year with Team Penske, and crew chief Paul Wolfe has already signed a multi-year extension to stay on. Keselowski? Well, there's no signature on his new contract and the delay has left many wondering if he's eyeing Earnhardt's ride or simply using it as leverage in negotiating with Roger Penske.
"Roger has given me a lot, and I have no reason to not want to stay with him," Keselowski replied when The Associated Press asked him if Earnhardt's retirement at the end of the season and his open seat at Hendrick Motorsports is holding up a new deal.
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