We don't really cover NASCAR stuff all that often around here, but we want to briefly bring your attention to Brad Keselowski's victory lane interview after winning Sunday's Sprint Cup Series race at Pocono Raceway. The 27-year-old in the No. 2 Miller Lite car injured his ankle in a dust-up at the beginning of the race. But he preserved for through the 500-mile haul, walking away with the top spot on the podium. In his post-race presser, Keselowski became instantly-likeable to millions of Americans for giving an awesome shout-out to the Navy SEAL team that ambushed and killed in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan on Saturday. Classy move, Brad. Check it out.
“I do have a cousin in the Navy SEALS, and one of the guys that died over there was someone he knew and was friends with … it kind of put things in perspective. Uh, you know, I might not be feeling great, but those are the guys who are really making sacrifices. We’re just race car drivers, we’re not curing cancer or over there saving the world like those guys are.”