Brad Keselowski enters the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series (NCS) season riding a wave of momentum. Keselowski begins his 12th season with Team Penske competing at NASCAR’s most elite level following a successful 2020 campaign that saw him earn four race victories and guide the No. 2 Ford Mustang to a runner-up NCS championship finish.

As he closed the 2020 Cup Series season ranked second in the standings for his best season finish since he won the title in 2012, Keselowski 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.

In 2020, Keselowski was paired with crew chief Jeremy Bullins for the first time at the Cup Series level. Team Penske adjusted its driver/crew chief lineup prior to the start of the season and the realignment brought strong results for Keselowski and Bullins, who teamed up to win NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS) championships together for Team Penske in 2013 and 2014. Keselowski, Bullins and the No. 2 Ford Mustang team will look to build on their success in 2021 and once again compete for the Cup Series championship. A total of 10 partners will be featured on the No. 2 Ford Mustang this season. Discount Tire returns for its fourth season as a primary sponsor on No. 2 Ford. Wurth, Freightliner, Autotrader, Wabash, Snap-on, MoneyLion, PIRTEK and Dent Wizard all return for multiple races as primary sponsors in 2021. MolsonCoors also returns to Team Penske for its 30th season on the No. 2 car, with the Keystone Light brand representing a partnership that dates back to 1991 with driver Rusty Wallace.