Reigning NASCAR Sprint CUp Champion Brad Keselowski and the Penske Racing team will among a group that will be honored by President Obama at a ceremony at the White House. Sharing the spotlight with Keselowski will be team owner Roger Penske, Crew Chief Paul Wolfe, Penske Racing Vice Chairman Walter Czarnecki and other members of the Penske Racing team. While Allpar readers know Penske went to the Dark Side for the 2o13 season, the ceremony at the White House is to recognize the 2012 season, when Keselowski and Penske were running under the SRT flag and a Dodge was racking up the points that brought home Penske's first-ever Sprint Cup. (Just like it was a Dodge that brought Penske his first NASCAR championship of any type by taking the Nationwide Series trophy in 2010.) The ceremony is scheduled for Tuesday, April 16 at 2:45 PM, Eastern Time.
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