NASCAR: Bad Brad snaps winless streak at Darlington


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It took him 110 races, but Brad Keselowski – co-owner of RFK Racing and driver of the number 6 Dark Horse Ford Mustang – finally made his way back to victory lane on Sunday after a wild final 30 laps that saw Keselowski take the lead, lose it, and regain it at the expense of his own teammate. The Ford camp has had a rough start to 2024, enduring a winless streak dating back to Ryan Blaney’s Martinsville victory during the playoffs in 2023, but with recent finishes for the RFK squad – notably runner-up finishes in Talladega and Kansas – a Ford victory was around the corner.

The result on Sunday was the 36th victory of Keselowski’s career and his first as an owner at RFK Racing.

Ty Gibbs finished runner-up in his best finish of 2024. The grandson of team owner Joe Gibbs, the young driver is still hunting for his first career victory and nearly found it, finishing only 1.214 seconds behind winner Keselowski.

Josh Berry finished his day with a top-5 result, finishing 3rd ahead of Denny Hamlin and Chase Briscoe – the best results of the season for the two Stewart-Haas drivers. William Bryon – last years winner – Bubba Wallace, Alex Bowman, Justin Haley, and Michael McDowell rounded out the top 10 on the day.

Catch all of the highlights from the “Lady in Black” below as teams head to North-Wilkesboro for the All-Star Open, NASCAR’s mid-season, non-points event that has become an institutional favorite since returning to the North-Wilkesboro Speedway in 2023. Action begins on FS1 on Sunday, May 19th, at 5:3-pm ET.