Keselowski isn’t going anywhere for years
Team Penske has reached an agreement with 2012 NASCAR Cup champion Brad Keselowski on a multiyear extension.
The 33-year-old Keselowski has driven for Penske throughout his 10-year career in NASCAR’s top series, notching 23 wins and the series title five years ago. His crew chief with the No. 2 Ford, Paul Wolfe, has also agreed to a multiyear extension with Penske.
“In the time that Brad has driven for Team Penske, he has risen to the top echelon of stars in NASCAR,” owner Roger Penske said Tuesday. “Brad and Paul have established a terrific, winning combination and they are both real leaders within our team.”
Keselowski has two Cup wins so far this season, at Atlanta and Martinsville, and is sixth in the points standings.
“Roger and everyone at Team Penske have given me everything we need to win championships at the highest levels of NASCAR,” said Keselowski. “I have a lot of years left in the sport and I truly feel our best years are ahead of us.”
Keselowski joined Penske near the end of the 2009 season and Wolfe joined him prior to the 2010 Xfinity Series season. They won the 2010 Xfinity drivers’ championship with six wins and a series-record 26 top-five finishes. Wolfe then joined Keselowski on the No. 2 and they have earned six trips to the NASCAR playoffs.
Brad Keselowski, left, in the first turn in the NASCAR Brickyard 400.