Brad Keselowski's first day of testing at Watkins Glen International didn't go according to plan.

On Tuesday afternoon during the first of a two-day NASCAR Sprint Cup Series test, Keselowski crashed hard after a brake failure going into Turn 1 on a newly repaved Watkins Glen road course.

According to Team Penske officials, Keselowski was evaluated and released from the infield care center.

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Afterward, Keselowski tweeted a picture of his destroyed No. 2 Team Penske Ford, his mangled steering wheel and a GoPro video showing the moment of impact from inside the car.

NOT doing Facebook live today, Sorry. 😳 pic.twitter.com/jpyX4ykNh7

— Brad Keselowski (@keselowski) July 26, 2016

I'm ok! pic.twitter.com/Cu9yPYQnFG

— Brad Keselowski (@keselowski) July 26, 2016

This ain't no country club
All you can do is Bend don't break...@MPI_INNOVATIONS pic.twitter.com/OYC1Gq1qee

— Brad Keselowski (@keselowski) July 26, 2016

This isn't the first time the 2012 Sprint Cup champion has found trouble during a test session at a road course just days before a race at Pocono Raceway.

In August 2011, Keselowski suffered one broken ankle, one cut ankle, myriad bruises and bangs, and a cut and blistered right hand during a test at Road America in preparation for Watkins Glen.

Miraculously with all the injuries, Keselowski came back that same weekend at Pocono to win his second career Sprint Cup race.