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Open Wheel

An incredible opportunity popped up for me recently, and I’d like to share it with you. There was an IndyCar test at Road America a couple weeks back, and Team Penske president Tim Cindric told me that they were looking for someone to drive a car.  I’m a NASCAR driver and have no intention of [...]

By | 2017-04-28T03:20:08+00:00 06.30.2016|Tags: |4 Comments

THE SHOP

We recently completed work on the new shop for my racing team, Brad Keselowski Racing. I’m extremely proud of the facility—it’s got state-of-the-art everything—and I want to tell you about some of the things that make it unique. But the real reason the shop means so much to me is the story behind it. It’s [...]

By | 2017-04-28T03:20:18+00:00 03.02.2016|Tags: |68 Comments

THE RACING OSCARS

With the Oscars coming up this weekend, I thought it would be good to reflect back on my favorite (and not so favorite) racing movies of all time. There have been a bunch, but not that many good ones. So here they are: My best, my worst, and the ones that have made me laugh [...]

By | 2017-04-28T03:20:19+00:00 02.24.2016|19 Comments

OUR NEWEST DRIVER

I can watch video of the 2011 Daytona Gatorade Duel forever. My brother, Brian, and I raced together that day, one of the few times we’ve ever raced together. Brian was in a low budget, underfunded car — the No. 92 — and I was running in the Deuce. Before the race started, we talked [...]

By | 2017-04-28T03:20:25+00:00 10.15.2015|15 Comments

The Bigger Picture

At the end of last weekend’s race at New Hampshire, I was black flagged for jumping a restart, and the penalty cost me a shot at a win. Since then, a lot of people have asked me why I wasn’t angrier after the race, and the last thing I want people to think is that [...]

By | 2017-04-28T03:20:26+00:00 10.02.2015|26 Comments

Back to the Future

This past weekend at Darlington was a tremendous success. It was perhaps one of the most popular events of the season, and not only for the retro theme of the race, or nostalgia or the track itself. With a new rules package, the quality of the racing was fantastic — so great, in fact, that [...]

By | 2017-04-28T03:20:27+00:00 09.12.2015|7 Comments

The NASCAR Air Force

It’s a well known fact that nearly all Sprint Cup drivers use private planes to travel between races, and it’s something that tends to catch the attention of fans and the media from time to time, usually in a negative way. I understand why. Years ago, if someone had told me they were flying places [...]

By | 2017-04-28T03:20:27+00:00 08.18.2015|26 Comments

A Win For Scarlett

When I took the checkered flag in the Kentucky 300 back on July 10th, it was my first win since my daughter, Scarlett, was born. So many emotions go through your head when you win, but Victory Lane itself can often be very anticlimactic. You want to take the time to soak in everything that [...]

By | 2017-04-28T03:20:28+00:00 08.05.2015|148 Comments

Black, White and Gray

If you've ever watched the movie “Days of Thunder,” there's a part where Cole Trickle (Tom Cruise) looks over at his crew chief, Harry Hogge (Robert Duvall), and says he wants to be a stock car driver. When you race at Indy, he explains, all the cars aren't the same. If you don't have a [...]

By | 2017-04-28T03:20:30+00:00 06.13.2015|1 Comment

Car or Driver?

What wins a race? Is it the car, or is it the driver? I’m asked this question all the time by fans, and as we approach the All-Star Race — and consider who the best drivers are in our sport — it seems like a pretty good time to take it on. I’m excited to [...]

By | 2017-04-28T03:20:43+00:00 05.14.2015|1 Comment