Brad Keselowski offers support for William Byron after title hopes end

If anyone call feel William Byron’s pain, it’s Brad Keselowski.Byron, the 18-year-old rookie driver for Kyle Busch Motorsports, dominated both the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season and Friday night’s Lucas Oil 150 at Phoenix International Raceway.Unfortunately, both came to a bad end for Byron, who set a Truck Series rookie record with six race victories this year.At...
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9 days ago

Austin Cindric will drive full-time for Brad Keselowski Racing in 2017

Austin Cindric has made five Camping World Truck Series starts in the last two seasons.
Via CSN Chicago
10 days ago

Reddick Won’t Return to Brad Keselowski Racing in 2017

Tyler Reddick has confirmed he will not return to Brad Keselowski Racing for the 2017 Camping World Truck Series season. Reddick is remaining mum on his plans for next season, however it is being rumored that Reddick will move to Team Penske and compete full time in the NASCAR XFINITY Series. “It’s going to be a shame I’m not going to be there next year, but I’ve really enjoyed...
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11 days ago

Tyler Reddick not returning to Brad Keselowski Racing in 2017

Tyler Reddick has driven for Brad Keselowski Racing since 2014.
Via CSN Chicago
12 days ago

Brad Keselowski leads final Sprint Cup practice

Brad Keselowski only driver to top 190 mph in practice.
Via CSN Chicago
16 days ago

Brad Keselowski Wins First Xfinity Series Pole of Year on Tie Breaker

By Toby Christie, NASCAR Editor FORT WORTH, Texas — It’s been a frustrating season for Team Penske in the Xfinity Series. After an eight-win explosion a year ago, the team has only recorded two victories with just three races remaining in 2016. However, Texas will start with their car on the pole after Brad Keselowski grabbed his first pole of the year in the Xfinity Series...
Via Motorsports Tribune
16 days ago

Keselowski Narrowly Beats Gibbs Trio for Texas Pole

Brad Keselowski earned his first NASCAR XFINITY Series pole of the season, but it wasn’t an easy task for the driver of the No. 22 Ford as he had to beat three stout Joe Gibbs Racing teammates to do it. Keselowski’s pole came by virtue of a tiebreaker over Erik Jones when he and Jones both ran the exact same time of 28.891 seconds in the third round of qualifying. Keselowski...
Via On Pit Road
16 days ago

Brad Keselowski wins pole for Xfinity Texas race

Brad Keselowski and Xfinity Chase driver Erik Jones are on the front row.
Via CSN Chicago
16 days ago

Brad Keselowski wrecks hard during Sprint Cup testing at Watkins Glen

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 in Turn 1 on a newly-repaved Watkins Glen road course.According to Team Penske officials, the 2012 Sprint Cup champion was evaluated and released from the infield care center.Afterward...
Via FOX Sports
July 26, 2016

Should NASCAR test the 2017 downforce package one more time?

Saturday night's race at Kentucky Speedway marked the second, and anticipated final time for the the lower downforce package that NASCAR had tweaked after the season began.If you remember, we first ran it in mid-June at Michigan.Some have asked if NASCAR will, or should run it a third time before looking to implement it full-time in 2017.I certainly wouldn't be opposed to that.My...
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July 13, 2016  |  Discuss

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