DOVER, D.E. (April 28, 2024) – Dover Motor Speedway served as the 11th points paying race for the NASCAR Cup Series this season, with both RFK Racing drivers looking to build off a strong start to the season

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Coming off two straight runner-up finishes (Texas, Talladega), Brad Keselowski and the No. 6 team looked to ride their momentum into a victory at Dover Motor Speedway.

Starting from the 24th position, the Ford was quick from the start. Keselowski passed 11 cars during the first stage, putting him in the 13th position with just a handful of laps left in stage one. Unfortunately, the No. 6 car would go for a spin while trying to make the pass for 12th with just four laps to go in the stage, putting Keselowski back to 33rd to start stage two, one lap down.

The No. 6 team spent the beginning of stage two fighting to get into the free pass position, hopeful that a caution would come out to get back on the lead lap. The Ford looked to be making good lap time just before Keselowski made contact with the outside wall after cutting down a right front tire with under 30 laps to go in the stage. The No. 6 team went to work on the suspension of Keselowski’s ride, but his Ford could not be repaired to reach the same strong lap times it had earlier.

Now multiple laps down with a damaged race car, Keselowski would carry the Ford home to a 30th place finish in Dover.