By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Brad Keselowski and Team Penske have announced a multi-year extension. The team did not say how long the deal was; however, they said “well into the future” in the press release.
This news comes after the team re-signed crew chief Paul Wolfe to an extension.
Keselowski has only driven for Team Penske in his 10-year Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. During that time, he’s won 23 career races.
He has won 22 races and the 2012 championship since taking over the No. 2 Ford Fusion. Keselowski also has 29 NASCAR XFINITY Series, including the 2010 championship.
“In the time that Brad has driven for Team Penske, he has risen to the top echelon of stars in NASCAR,” co-owner Roger Penske said. “Brad and Paul have established a terrific, winning combination and they are both real leaders within our team.
“More than just wins and championships, Brad is an important part of our relationship with Ford Performance and his work with [his] Checkered Flag Foundation shows what kind of person he is away from the track. There is no question he continues to be a great fit for our organization.”
The 33-year-old is sponsored by Miller Lite and Discount Tire. He has two wins this season.
“Roger and everyone at Team Penske have given me everything we need to win championships at the highest level of NASCAR,” Keselowski said. “As I have said all along, Team Penske is where I want to be and I am thrilled to continue with the organization well into the future.
“I have a lot of years left in the sport and I truly feel our best years are ahead of us.”
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