Brad Keselowski (HHP/Tim Parks)

STAT ATTACK: 500 Cup Series Starts For Brad Keselowski

2 — Drivers (Jake Swanson and Brady Bacon) who did double duty Saturday night at Iowa’s Knoxville Raceway, competing in both the winged sprint car and USAC non-winged sprint divisions.

2.1 — Seconds rookie Haiden Deegan led Hunter Lawrence by to capture his first 250cc class moto win in AMA Pro Motocross.

4 — Days until the 100th running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

4 — Moto wins for Jett Lawrence in his first four 450cc class starts in AMA Pro Motocross. He is the only rider in series history, other than Jeff Ward, to sweep his first four races.

6 — Entering this weekend’s NHRA Thunder Valley Nationals, Ron Capps holds the record for the most Funny Car wins at Bristol (Tenn.) Dragway.

6 — Consecutive USCS sprint car features won by Derek Hagar.

7 — Winged sprint car victories by Freddie Rahmer this season, more than any other driver in the country.

10 — Carson Macedo leads the World of Outlaws sprint car standings by 10 points.

12 — DIRTcar Pro Late Model driver Jose Parga won his 12th feature in 12 starts at various Midwest tracks this season, with the latest conquest coming at Kankakee County Speedway in Illinois.

13 — Ryan Blaney leads the NASCAR Cup Series standings by 13 points over William Byron.

16 — Age of Jacob Denney who won the opening race of Indiana Midget Week at Tri-State Speedway.

24 — Seconds by which Max Verstappen led runner-up Lewis Hamilton at the finish of Sunday’s Spanish Grand Prix.

51 — Zach Daum made his 51st career start at Indiana Midget Week on Sunday night at Tri-State Speedway.

58 — Laps turned during the Garage 56 test on Sunday at the 8.467-mile Circuit de la Sarthe.

63 — Kyle Busch posted his 63rd NASCAR Cup Series victory Sunday at World Wide Technology Raceway.

74 — Laps led by Alex Palou en route to winning the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix for the NTT IndyCar Series.

500 — Brad Keselowski made his 500th start in the NASCAR Cup Series at World Wide Technology Raceway.