Nationwide Craziest Moment: Brad Keselowski’s wet burnout

When you add water to a burnout, the smoke disappears.

Brad Keselowski was the victor of Friday night's rain shortened Nationwide race at Kentucky Speedway, and he wasn't going to let the rain stop him from celebrating. Even if the wet track was going to take away all the smoke from his burnout.

Keselowski had worked his way from 8th to the lead from the last restart with 55 laps to go to when the red flag flew with 30 laps remaining for rain. The race never restarted -- the radar did not look promising despite significant attempts to dry the track -- and the skies opened up shortly after NASCAR called the race and ordered teams to the garage after Keselowski's celebration.

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