Brad Keselowski finished second in the FireKeepers Casino 400 at Michigan International Speedway on Saturday.
Keselowski’s top-five finish added 47 points to his season total. Keselowski is now second in the NASCAR Cup Series standings with 769 points.
Keselowski started in fifth position. The 13th-year driver has tallied 33 career victories, with 123 top-five finishes and 201 results inside the top 10.
The second place result for Keselowski marks the sixth time he has finished in the top five at Michigan International Speedway and his 11th top-10.
The Rochester Hills, Michigan native’s starting and finishing positions compared favorably to his career averages, starting nine spots higher than his career mark of 14.3 and completing the race 12 places ahead of his 14.4 career average finish.
Keselowski’s second-place finish was against a field of 39 drivers. The race endured nine cautions and 43 caution laps. There were 12 lead changes.
Kevin Harvick secured the victory in the race, followed by Keselowski’s second-place finish. Martin Truex Jr crossed the finish line third, Ryan Blaney brought home fourth place, and Kyle Busch finished off the top five.
In addition to winning the race, Harvick won both of the first two stages to finish off an impressive day in Brooklyn.