RICHMOND, Va. Jason Vargas Jersey . -- Brad Keselowski passed Brian Scott on a restart with 11 laps to go Friday night and pulled away after another restart with six laps remaining to win the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Richmond. Keselowski has five victories and a runner-up finish in his last six series starts. Scott, seeking his first victory in 134 starts in the series, led the first 239 laps before Keselowski made the outside groove work for him, overtaking Scott after some side-by-side battling on his way to his 25th career victory in the series, and the 19th in a row for a Cup Series regular at Richmond. Scotts team protested that Keselowski beat him to the line on the next-to-last restart, then got started too early on the final one, but to no avail, leaving Scott questioning why the rules exist. "We deserved to win that race," he said just after climbing from the car as Keselowski celebrated on the track. "Just some restarts and some questionable calls got us there at the end." He wound up second, followed by Regan Smith, Kyle Busch and Trevor Bayne. "Unfortunately our whole night now is defined by the last two restarts," Scott said. Keselowski said he thought he caught Scott off-guard. "The restart box is a zone and we went right at the start of it and didnt give him a second to catch us," Keselowski said in Victory Lane. "That probably wasnt the key to victory, but it sure didnt hurt." For most of the night, it looked as if 1,000th race in Nationwide history would be Scotts coming out party. He arrived having led all of 38 laps in 133 prior starts, and seemed on his way to getting that first victory in dominant fashion, including easily pulling away on earlier restarts after cautions. While leading the first 239 laps, he withstood challenges from Matt Kenseth and Keselowski, each a former Sprint Cup champion, and from Busch, a nine-time winner in the series this year. Points leader Sam Hornish Jr., who started fifth and never contended in the race, finished sixth and expanded his points lead to 16 over Austin Dillon with eight races remaining. Dillon finished 12th. Frank White Jersey . Burris threw for 247 yards in one half of a game -- on pace for a nearly 500-yard outing -- as the Redblacks downed the woeful Montreal Alouettes 26-10 in CFL pre-season play Friday night at Percival Molson Stadium. 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He had a shaky landing on a triple axel and was downgraded on a combination jump but was solid otherwise. "I didnt do well at Skate America so I was determined to get my confidence back," Takahashi said. "I wasnt perfect today but little by little was able to gain momentum." Two-time world champion Mao Asada completed a successful day for the host nation by winning the free skate to capture her fourth NHK Trophy. Asada, who was first after the short program, under-rotated her opening triple axel but finished with a total of 207.59 points. Coupled with her win at Skate America, Asada secured a berth at the Grand Prix final next month in the Fukuoka, Japan. "t;I was a bit disappointed not to do the triple axel cleanly," Asada said. Omar Infante Jersey. "Its something I want to be able to do well but Im happy with the overall result." Russian Elena Radionova was second with 191.81 points while Japans Akiko Suzuki finished third with 179.32. Gracie Gold of the United States was third in the free skate but finished fourth overall with 177.81 points. Russias Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov won the pairs by an overwhelming margin of more than 50 points. The defending world champions totalled 236.49 in their victory, while second-place Peng Cheng and Zhang Hao of China received just 182.18. Volosozhar and Trankov extended their impressive streak of victories with the triumph and qualified for the GP final. Two-time world champions Meryl Davis and Charlie White of the United States lead the ice dance after the short dance. Davis and White (73.70) are more than nine points ahead of Italys Anna Cappellini and Luca Lanotte (64.58) heading into Sundays free dance. The NHK Trophy is the fourth of six events in the International Skating Unions Grand Prix series. The next event is the Trophee Bompard in Paris Nov.15-17. 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