Keselowski wins pole in Las Vegas
Brad Keselowski will begin his bid for a third victory in the past four NASCAR Cup races at Las Vegas Motor Speedway from the pole after topping qualifying Friday night. Keselowski, who also won last week’s race at Atlanta, posted a top seed of 193.68 mph for his 13th career pole. He won at the 1.5-mile track last year and in 2014. Martin Truex Jr. will join him on the front row Sunday thanks to a speed of 193.458 mph. Ryan Blaney will start third, and Matt Kenseth qualified fourth.
John Surtees, who won the 1964 Formula One championship to become the only man to win world titles on two and four wheels, died Friday of a respiratory condition in London. He was 83.