Brad Keselowski won the US Cellular 250 from Iowa Speedway on Saturday. Keselowski was the only NASCAR Sprint Cup driver who made the trip to Iowa as the NSCS races in Pocono on Sunday.
Drew Herring began the race on the pole and led early on but would also be the reason for the first caution of the race. Brad Keselowski would be penalized after the first round of pit stops for a tire outside the box. He would quickly pick though the back of the field returning to the top ten.
On lap 136 Keselowski would report overheating issues. Reed Sorenson brought out the races second caution on lap 140 for slowing on the track. Questions about fuel strategy ended when Travis Pastrana cut a left rear tire on lap 199.
Austin Dillon led entering the pits but came out fifth after four drivers opted for two tires. Brad Keselowski wasted no time passing Dillon and eventually working his way up to second. He would pass Brian Vickers for the race lead on lap 215.
Keselowski checked out from there winning his third Nationwide Series race of the year.