Biography

As Brad Keselowski competes in his 11th season racing in the NASCAR Cup Series (NCS) for Team Penske in 2020, he continues to be one of the sport’s most productive drivers and establish new records for success within the team.

Keselowski enjoyed another winning season behind the wheel of the No. 2 Ford Mustang in 2019. For the fourth consecutive year he posted three race victories and he also moved past racing legend Mark Donohue to become the winningest driver in Team Penske history. Keselowski qualified for the NASCAR Playoffs for the sixth consecutive season and he finished eighth in the 2019 championship standings after racking up 13 top-five and 19 top-10 finishes. Keselowski also captured three pole positions, the most he has won in a single season since 2015, and he was one of just three drivers to lead more than 1,000 laps (1,085). Keselowski advanced to the Round of 12 in the Playoffs before three finishes outside the top-10 derailed his championship hopes.     

The 2012 NASCAR Cup Series champion is focused on advancing farther in the Playoffs in 2020 in hopes of capturing his second series title and the third NCS crown for Team Penske.  A total of 10 partners will be featured on the No. 2 Ford Mustang this season. Discount Tire, who was on board with Keselowski when he won the NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS) title with Team Penske in 2010, returns for its second season as a primary sponsor on No. 2 Ford. Wurth, Alliance Parts, Autotrader, Wabash and Snap-on also return as primary sponsors while MoneyLion, PIRTEK and Dent Wizard join the team’s lineup in 2020. Miller Lite also returns to Team Penske for its 29th season on the No. 2 car, a partnership that dates back to 1991 with driver Rusty Wallace. Keselowski will be working with a new crew chief and crew on the No. 2 Ford this season as Jeremy Bullins transitions from Team Penske’s No. 12 NCS team. The move reunites a winning combination as Keselowski and Bullins worked together on the team’s No. 22 Xfinity Series team that claimed the owner championship in both 2013 and 2014.