NASCAR Results 2012: Brad Keselowski Wins History 300

Kicking off what is one of the biggest auto racing weekends of the year, Brad Keselowski won the NASCAR Nationwide Series History 300 Saturday at the Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Keselowski started the race in the 10th position, but led 67 laps en route to his first Nationwide Series win of 2012. Kevin Harvick, who led the most laps with 92, finished fourth. The History 300 is the first race of a busy auto racing weekend which also includes the Coca Cola 600 and Indianapolis 500.

Complete History 300 results:

1 Brad Keselowski
2 Denny Hamlin
3 Kyle Busch
4 Kevin Harvick
5 Elliott Sadler
6 Joey Logano
7 James Buescher
8 Justin Allgaier
9 Sam Hornish Jr.
10 Joey Coulter
11 Austin Dillon
12 Mike Bliss
13 Danica Patrick
14 Michael Annett
15 Mike Wallace
16 Reed Sorenson
17 Kasey Kahne
18 Jeremy Clements
19 Timmy Hill
20 Tayler Malsam
21 Casey Roderick
22 Johanna Long
23 Kyle Fowler
24 Travis Pastrana
25 Joey Gase
26 Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
27 Erik Darnell
28 Cole Whitt
29 Joe Nemechek
30 T.J. Bell
31 Brian Scott
32 Jeff Green
33 Jason Bowles
34 Josh Richards
35 Danny Efland
36 Angela Cope
37 Morgan Shepherd
38 Mike Harmon 74
39 Robert Richardson Jr.
40 Chase Miller
41 Josh Wise
42 Scott Speed
43 Kevin Lepage

For more on the Coca Cola 600 be sure to stay tuned to this StoryStream and SB Nation's dedicated NASCAR hub.

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