Brad Keselowski


Brad Keselowski

Quick Facts

Birthdate

Feb 12, 1984

Hometown

Rochester Hills, MI

Residence

Mooresville, NC

Foundation

https://www.checkeredflagfoundation.org/

Latest News

Keselowski Enters Prestigious Snowball Derby

Keselowski’s Day Ends Early after Car Catches Fire

Brad Keselowski | Phoenix II Advance

Keselowski Finishes Fourth in Martinsville

Brad Keselowski – Martinsville II Advance

Keselowski Enters Prestigious Snowball Derby

Keselowski’s Day Ends Early after Car Catches Fire

Brad Keselowski | Phoenix II Advance

Keselowski Finishes Fourth in Martinsville

Brad Keselowski – Martinsville II Advance

Keselowski Earns Top Five in Homestead

Brad Keselowski | Homestead Advance

Keselowski Finishes 17th in Las Vegas

Elk Grove Village, RFK Announce Unique Partnership for Chicago Street Race

Brad Keselowski | Las Vegas II Advance

Keselowski Finishes 14th after Wild Ending at Charlotte ROVAL

Brad Keselowski | ROVAL Advance

Late Speeding Penalty Spoils Keselowski’s Hopes at Talladega

Keselowski Earns 8th-Place Finish in Wild Texas Race

Keselowski Earns Pole at Texas

Brad Keselowski | Texas II Advance

It’s Buescher, Baby! Buescher Claims Iconic Victory as RFK Dominates Bristol Night Race

Brad Keselowski | Bristol II Advance

Keselowski Finishes 25th at Kansas

Brad Keselowski | Kansas II Advance

Keselowski Battles for P7 Finish at Darlington

Brad Keselowski | Darlington II Advance

Keselowski’s Day Ends Early in Daytona, Finishes P37

Brad Keselowski | Daytona II Advance

Keselowski Finishes 19th at Watkins Glen

Brad Keselowski | Watkins Glen Advance

Brad Keselowski | Richmond II Advance

Keselowski Earns 15th-Place Finish in Castrol Ford in Michigan

Brad Keselowski | Michigan Advance

Keselowski Finishes 20th in Chaotic Race at Indy

Brad Keselowski | Indy RC Advance

Keselowski Finishes 14th in Pocono

Brad Keselowski | Pocono Advance

Keselowski Finishes Seventh in Chaotic Loudon Race

Brad Keselowski | Loudon Advance

Keselowski Finishes 20th in Chaotic Atlanta Race

Brad Keselowski – Atlanta II Advance

Mid-Race Issues Relegate Keselowski to P33 Finish at Road America

Brad Keselowski | Road America Advance

Late Race Incident Dampers Keselowski’s Finish in Nashville

Brad Keselowski | Nashville Advance

Keselowski Battles Hard, Earns Top-10 Finish in Sonoma

Brad Keselowski | Sonoma Advance

Keselowski Gains Seven Spots in Overtime for 20th-Place Finish

Brad Keselowski | Gateway Advance

Keselowski’s Night Ends Early in Unlucky Coke 600 Crash

Brad Keselowski – Coca-Cola 600 Advance

Keselowski Drives to Ninth-Place Finish in All-Star Race

Brad Keselowski – All-Star Advance

Keselowski Captures Top-15 in Kansas

Brad Keselowski – Kansas I Advance

Keselowski’s Day at Darlington Ends Early

RFK, King’s Hawaiian Announce Partnership for Keselowski, No. 6 Team

Brad Keselowski – Darlington I Advance

Keselowski Solid Early, Finishes 20th in Dover

Brad Keselowski | Dover Advance

Keselowski Finishes 23rd in Wild Talladega Race

Brad Keselowski – Talladega I Advance

Keselowski Runs Strong, Finishes 11th on Bristol Dirt

Brad Keselowski | Bristol Dirt Advance

Castrol Continues Support for Roush Fenway Keselowski Carbon Neutrality

Keselowski Finishes 17th in Cold Martinsville Night Race

Brad Keselowski – Martinsville I Advance

RFK, Solomon Plumbing Announce Partnership for Bristol Dirt Race with Keselowski, No. 6 Team

Keselowski Earns Stage Points, Finishes 13th at Richmond

Brad Keselowski – Richmond I Advance

Keselowski Hangs Tough for 14th at COTA

Brad Keselowski – COTA Advance

Keselowski Dodges Carnage to Finish 12th in Atlanta

Brad Keselowski – Atlanta I Advance

Brad Keselowski – Phoenix I Advance

Mid-Race Spin Relegates Keselowski to 24th in Vegas

Brad Keselowski – Las Vegas I Advance

Keselowski Runs Strong in Top-10, Caught Up in Late Accident to Finish 27th

Brad Keselowski | Fontana Advance

Keselowski Launches into RFK Era with Big win at Daytona Duel

RFK Announces Partnership with CELSIUS® Energy Drink

Keselowski, Buescher Qualify 17th and 28th in Daytona 500 Qualifying

RFK Cars Come Up Short in LA Clash

RFK, Kohler Generators Announce Partnership Renewal as Anchor for No. 6 Team

Brad Keselowski – Clash Advance

Violet Defense to Serve as Primary Partner for Keselowski at LA Clash

Fastenal Unveils 2022 Schemes, Announces Races for Keselowski, 6 Team

Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing Launches with Robust Rebranding Strategy

NASCAR Champion Brad Keselowski to Join Forces with Hall of Fame Owner Jack Roush and Roush Fenway Racing

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Bio

Brad Keselowski enters the 2022 season with a plethora of change – a new team, new role, new car number and new vision – as he embarks on a journey he’s dreamt of for many years. A veteran and Champion entering his 13th full season in the NASCAR Cup Series (NCS), Keselowski is now a part-owner in Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing (RFK) and will pilot the iconic No. 6 Ford.

Keselowski has been a consistent contender at NASCAR’s highest level for the past decade, having tallied 35 wins in NCS competition while qualifying for the NASCAR Playoffs for 10 consecutive seasons. He led Team Penske to its first NASCAR Cup Championship in 2012 and has finished inside the top-10 in eight of the last 10 seasons, including a runner-up finish in 2020. Overall, Keselowski boasts 75 NASCAR wins and has led more than 14,000 laps.

The 2021 season capped off what was a 12-year tenure with Roger Penske as he advanced to the Round of 8 in the NASCAR Playoffs and finished sixth in the final points standings. Keselowski added to his win total by taking the checkered flag at Talladega in the spring race, one of his 17 top-10s on the season, 10 of which were inside the top five. He backed that up with a runner-up result in the fall at Talladega as he and the No. 2 team put together an impressive run with seven top-10s in the playoffs.

Keselowski closed the 2020 Cup Series season ranked second in the standings for his best season finish since he won the title in 2012. He also produced an average finishing position of 10.1 to equal his career-best mark. After he earned a spot in the NASCAR Playoffs for the ninth time in the last 10 seasons, Keselowski raced his way into the Championship 4 as he advanced to the final round for the second time since the Cup Series’ elimination format was introduced in 2014.

Keselowski and the No. 2 Ford team captured four NCS victories in 2020, highlighted by an overtime win in the Coca-Cola 600 on Memorial Day weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway. The performance gave Keselowski victories in three of NASCAR’s major events (in 2018 he won the Southern 500 and the Brickyard 400) and it marked his first career triumph in NASCAR’s longest race. Keselowski won at Bristol Motor Speedway one week later and he also produced dominant victories at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and Richmond Raceway. Keselowski shined on short tracks in 2020 as he led all series competitors with the most wins (two), top-five finishes (four) and top-10 results (four) on the smaller circuits. He also won three or more races for the fifth consecutive season and qualified for the NASCAR Playoffs for the seventh consecutive year.

Keselowski produced some memorable victories for Team Penske over the years, including some historic recent performances. In 2019, his first win of the season came at Atlanta and it marked Keselowski’s 60th career victory with Team Penske as he became the winningest driver in team history. Keselowski scored dramatic wins on three consecutive weekends in 2018 that were also landmark victories for the team. He won the Bojangles’ Southern 500 on Labor Day weekend at Darlington Raceway to mark Team Penske’s first victory at the historic speedway since Bobby Allison swept both races there in 1975. Just a few days later, Keselowski gave team owner Roger Penske his first-ever Cup Series win at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. And less than a week later, Keselowski won at Las Vegas Motor Speedway to produce the 500th victory in the team’s storied history.

The first big break of Keselowski’s young career came in 2007 when he competed for Germain Racing at Memphis Motorsports Park. He won the pole and led 62 laps, a performance that ultimately landed him a ride in Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s No. 88 NXS full-time entry just two weeks later. In 2008, Keselowski won two races for JR Motorsports and in 2009 claimed his first NCS victory driving for James Finch at Talladega Superspeedway. Keselowski caught the eye of Roger Penske, who hired him to compete full-time for his team in 2010. Since he joined Team Penske, Keselowski won a remarkable 67 races (combined in NCS and NXS competition), the team’s first Cup Series championship, an NXS Driver title and four NXS Owner Championships.

Away from the track, Keselowski married his longtime girlfriend Paige White in February of 2017 and the two live in North Carolina with their young daughters Scarlett and Autumn. Brad and Paige are both active with Brad Keselowski’s Checkered Flag Foundation, which honors and assists those who have sacrificed greatly for our country. Since 2010, the foundation has supported over 50 organizations and individuals in order to help veterans and first responders during their road to recovery.

 


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