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Kentucky NASCAR race winner celebrates by 'Tebowing' on Astini News

Brad Keselowski's celebrations are among the most unique in NASCAR. Instead of flying a checkered flag outside his driver's side window after wins, the Penske Racing driver waves the American flag while doing burnouts for the fans.

Earlier this year, he tweeted a photo before exiting his victorious No. 2 Dodge at Bristol Motor Speedway.

After Saturday night's win in the Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway, Keselowski delivered another celebratory wrinkle by "Tebowing" in victory lane.

The patented kneel-down made famous by NFL quarterback Tim Tebow was fitting, as Keselowski had a lot to be thankful for Saturday at the 1.5-mile speedway. He was driving a backup car after crashing in practice, had a broken steering wheel moments before Saturday's green flag and even ran out of gas at one point. But he still was able to come away with a Sprint Cup Series-best third win of 2012.

"(It) says a lot about everybody on the team, and some of the things we do back at Penske Racing — the process that we go through to build our cars," Keselowski said. "Knowing that when we bring out a backup car, there really wasn't any concerns for me. ... I knew the car we had was still capable of winning."

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