Besides his NASCAR Cup Series career, Brad Keselowski is doing quite well with his Keselowski Advanced Manufacturing.
Keselowski’s company, which is in the same place as his truck team, helps companies by bending and forming metal into parts.
While due to the proprietary agreements, Keselowski has not disclosed much about his venture but his ‘state-of-the-art 3D printing’ company seems on the rising curve. Speaking to NBC Sports, Keselowski said:
“Nothing happens as fast as we want it to, but we’re riding a pretty big wave right now. It’s not much of a secret if you follow my LinkedIn account, but we’re really, really into space right now.
“Very committed to it. We’re working with several key launch-related companies. And building some very high-end equipment to make their launches possible in ways that it wasn’t possible before.
“So that’s pretty much dominated my business. And there’s a lot of runway left to go there as space just continues to take off.”
What the Team Penske driver has disclosed is the need of employers in the past. After finishing second to Chase Elliott in the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series finale, Keselowski posted in Twitter:
My new company @KAMSolutions is hiring. We are looking for great people who are experienced and hungry to prove themselves. Those that understand the detail required to reliably build the fastest machines on earth and in space. The motorsports talent base is a perfect fit.
— Brad Keselowski (@keselowski) November 9, 2020
A lot of success is projected for his business and the driver himself expects “double- to triple-digit growth, and I suspect that probably will continue for the next few years, so I’m really thankful for that.”