It took some creative strategy, some great racing and of course a little luck, but the No. 2 Wurth Ford team ended up showered in confetti in California for the first time.
FOX reporter Jamie Little captured Brad and Penske teammate Joey Logano having a little chat on a pair of Goodyear stools while preparing for the Auto Club 400.
When Kyle Busch crashed at Daytona back in February, a lot of thoughts went through my mind. First, I felt bad for him. I take no pleasure in seeing anyone get injured. I suffered a similar injury earlier in my career off a similar hit, and I can still feel the pain of it from [...]
Miss Sprint Cup snapped a pic of the 2 Crew's dynamic duo—Paul and Brad—scheming ahead of the Kobalt 400.
In addition to revealing the return of the Midnight Miller Genuine Draft and white and red Miller High LIfe paint schemes, Team Penske and Miller Lite announced that Brad will be sporting one of three Miller throwback looks during the All-Star race later this year, celebrating the 25-year partnership between Penske and Miller Lite. Fans [...]
In the Pure Michigan 400 at his home track at Michigan International Speedway, Brad will drive the No. 2 with one of the most iconic paint schemes in the history of the sport: the "Midnight" black and gold Miller Genuine Draft Deuce.
The High Life Deuce is coming back. Brad will sport this throwback paint scheme later this season at Darlington Raceway for the Bojangles' Southern 500. Motor Racing Network's Mike Bagley snapped this shot of the sweet look during its revealing.
Now this is one dedicated 2 Crew member. Jeff Starek tweeted a shot of this awesome ride decked out just like the No. 2 Miller Lite Ford Fusion asking "whatcha think?" Jeff, we love it!
There's nothing like Daytona, and the first weekend that starts the NASCAR season. It's hard to describe what it's like arriving at Daytona itself. It has almost a first day back at school feeling. There's turnover every year, kind of like a couple kids moving away. And of course, there are a few new faces [...]
Brad was awarded the Keystone Light Pole award in Atlanta for the Camping World Truck Series—only to have it rescinded. BK logged the top time, but NASCAR later determined that he didn't start his winning lap in time, and the pole was taken away.