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Keselowski and Busch Post Top-15 Finishes at Dover

 

Brad Keselowski and Kurt Bush were expecting a bit more, but when 400 grueling laps were completed Sunday at Dover International Speedway, top-15 finishes were welcomed.  The “Monster Mile” provided to be difficult with an array of obstacles.  Most prominent – the ever changing track conditions.

 

The afternoon was a complete opposite for the two Penske Racing teams.  Both drivers started in the top 10.  Keselowski stayed there through the first half of the race while Busch had handling issues from the start.  At the halfway mark, Keselowski was…

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Keselowski and Busch Post Top-15 Finishes at Dover

The Marketing of Speed and Horsepower

The automotive world has changed a great deal in the 50 years since the muscle car era. Madison Avenue is no longer dominated by a male culture, the average lunch no longer mandates three Manhattans’ or other high-octane concoctions once referred to as ‘brown water’. We’d like to think that everything is a little more gentle than it once was. The truth be told is that the musclecar business was never, has never, and will never be a bastion of political correctness. You either had the…

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The Marketing of Speed and Horsepower

2011 Charger styling: Days of Future Passed




It was the summer of 1967. Music was in the air at Monterey Pop, and lots of things were new – the first Super Bowl, the television show Sesame Street, and Rolling Stone magazine all debuted that year. On the streets of Detroit, Dodge prepared to unveil one of the most iconic designs of the muscle car era, the 1968 Charger.

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2011 Charger styling: Days of Future Passed