A trio of Crosley-brand jukeboxes was on display Thursday in Kentucky Speedway's infield media center Thursday and the collection caught the eye of Brad Keselowski.
 
One by one the jukeboxes will be awarded to the winners of the Camping World Truck Series, XFINITY Series and Sprint Cup Series races this week.
 
A four-time winner at Kentucky Speedway, including twice in the Quaker State 400, the driver of the No. 2 Team Penske Ford was impressed by the prizes.
 
"I want a jukebox," Keselowski said. "I think more tracks should work to have cool, unique trophies, so thank you Kentucky Speedway for that and hopefully I can take one home….This is a great track for us. I look at it as one of those places that we kind of circle on the calendar for our team."
 
In addition to the jukebox, and the winner's share of the purse, the driver who wins the Quaker State 400 will earn a distinction.
 
Saturday's race is the last contested on a 1.5-mile track before the 10-race Chase for the Sprint Cup starts. Half of the Chase races will be held on 1.5-mile tracks. Six-time Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Johnson has won three races on 1.5-mile tracks this season.
 
"Every (Chase) bracket has a mile-and-a-half in it," Keselowski said. "If you're going to win the championship, you have to win the mile-and-a-halves and this is the last one before the Chase. Whoever is strong here this weekend, this is really their last chance to work and evolve into a spec or an iteration for their team to showcase strengths for what's going to count in a championship stretch….For that reason, we're looking for some really big things out of the No. 2 car this weekend."
 
On a separate note, Keselowski was asked during his media availability about his involvement in Austin Dillon's crash at the end of the Coke Zero 400 early Monday at Daytona International Speedway. Dillon's car sailed into the catchfence and was on its roof when Keselowski hit it.
Dillon escaped serious injury, but the sequence rattled Keselowski.
 
"Race cars are very, very well designed and built for high impacts," he said. "They're not ever going to be very well designed for multiple high impacts. So when I hit Austin the second time - I saw his first impact and I knew when I was going to hit him the second time that his odds were a lot lower of walking away, but thankfully he did, so it worked out."
 
Keselowski said it was hard to slow down and avoid Dillon's car.
 
"I was honestly embarrassed that I hit Austin that long after the wreck," he said. "There was just so much debris that even being as far behind as I was you couldn't slow down from 200 miles per hour. That was frustrating. I felt very, very lucky when I got out of my car and went to Austin and saw that he was okay." 
 
Cole Whitt
I didn't expect it to be the life-like style or all the same colors, but that was pretty cool. I think they've done a great job. It looks awesome.
 
(is that your every week driver's suit or just this weekend?) I might want to do it everyday now. I like it. I think it's pretty good. It fits me well. It's kind of funny. The drivers are typically always ridiculing whoever's got the suits and stuff. I think I've got the best one this weekend. I'm sure I'll get some funny comments made but at the end of the day it's been fun. I think it looks cool. It's different.
 
It's KFC's home track. Kentucky Speedway. It's a perfect fit. I know the fans are already excited. They love seeing that car out there. I'm just proud to be a part of it.
 
(any pressure on the driver) Nah, I think more than anything, it's just a fun weekend. They're a fun company to work with. That's what has made it easy. They're just a fun company to be around. They're just having fun with it, and it allows me to have fun when I do my job.
 
(think you'll be a fan favorite Saturday) I think when I come across the driver intro stage I will be when they see this awesome Colonel Sanders suit. I think for sure I'll be a crowd favorite then. On social media, people are already talking about it, and they haven't even seen the suit. That's just seeing the car. We unveiled the suit and the statue at the same time. I think it's going to be even more popular now that we've done that.
 
(what will happen to the suit) Usually I think the teams let you keep a handful of them throughout the year. This will be one of the ones I pick, for sure.