Keselowski wins at Talladega


AP Sports Writer

TALLADEGA, Ala. - Brad Keselowski won the Nationwide Series race at Talladega Superspeedway in a wild end to a NASCAR doubleheader Sunday.

It was nearly a replay of the Sprint Cup finish that saw Kevin Harvick nip Jamie McMurray at the finish line. McMurray got loose on the green-white checkered laps, triggering a wreck that nearly sent Dennis Setzer over the fence.

Setzer went airborne, crashed into the safety fence and his car was on fire as it skidded down the track. It was similar to last year's Cup race at Talladega when Carl Edwards sailed into the fence, allowing Keselowski to pull off the surprise win.

McMurray triggered the scary crash when he tried to squeeze in behind Harvick in a pack of traffic.

"I tried to get back to the bottom and I saw a little gap between Harvick and (Clint) Bowyer, and when you are looking at it out of the side mirrors, it's not as clear an angle as what it needs to be," McMurray said.