No. 2 Miller Lite Ford Fusion 2017-04-28T03:19:33+00:00

November 24, 2014, Mooresville, North Carolina USA Brad Keselowski © 2014  autostock USA Hammerhead Studios

2015 Team Penske Studio Shoot  Mooresville


Race Weight: 3,320 lbs minimum
Wheelbase: 109 ½” to 110 ½”
Overall Length: 196 inches
Overall Width: 71 inches
Overall Height: 51.3” +/- ¼” (highest regulated hard point)
Ground Clearance: 3 ½” static, 1/16” or less on track
Track Width: 71” to 71 ¼”
Fuel Capacity: As much as we can get through tech! Normally 18.5 gallons.

Chassis/Body Chassis

Chassis: Steel tube frame rails & roll cage
Body: Ford Fusion. Carbon fiber hood and deck lid, fiber glass nose and bumper, Lexan windows, steel sheet metal all other areas.
Designer: Penske Racing
Spoiler: 3/16” aluminum set at 70 degrees
Steering: Power steering box, pitman, centerlink and idler arm system.
Seating: Carbon fiber composite seat
Oil and Fuel Lines: Dry sump oil system, stainless AN-8 fuel lines.


Front: Independent, unequal length A-Arms
Rear: Solid rear axle w/ trailing arms
Shock Absorbers: Penske Shocks, hydraulic, single adjustable

2013 Engine Specifications

Type: Roush Yates V8
Displacement: 358 Cubic Inches
Power: 850ish horsepower
Induction: Multiport fuel injection
Bore: 4.185 Inches
Stroke: 3.250 Inches
Transmission: 4-Speed Manual
Clutch: 3-Disc
Compression Ratio: 12.0:1
Engine Design: Roush Yates
Fuel: Sunoco Racing Gasoline
Fuel Pump: Roush Yates
Exhaust: Penske Racing

A Finish to Remember

Fuel management played a crucial role for Brad and the No. 2 in his victory at the 2012 AAA 400.