NASCAR 2012 champion Brad Keselowski’s tenure at Team Penske is coming to end after the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season.
According to reports Keselowski has agreed to become a driver/owner beginning next season at Roush Fenway Racing, the Michigan native is set to become the next NASCAR Cup Series driver with an ownership interest in the sport according to reports from Motorsport.
Team Penske owner Roger Penske confirms where Brad Keselowski is headed next. “Brad will bring a lot of value for Roush Yates.”
Brad Keselowski speaks on leaving Team Penske at the end of 2021 season
Roger Penske says a piece of ownership into Team Penske wasn’t available to Brad Keselowski, the parting with Keselowski is amicable and that Keselowski will bring a lot of value to Roush. pic.twitter.com/pO46kr65Hg
— Bob Pockrass (@bobpockrass) July 15, 2021
Brad Keselowski current Team Penske teammate Ryan Blaney appeared to have confirmed the reports last month during a media availability after practice.
“I didn’t hear anything about it until you all did,” Blaney said. “I wish him the best. It’s definitely a change. exciting for him to become an owner again. It’s cool for him, so hopefully it works out good for him.”
.@RoushFenway has told partners that it has a done deal with @Keselowski to become driver and co-owner starting in 2022, per sources, though it has held off on announcing in deference to @Team_Penske.
➖ @Jim_Utter first reported in May that Keselowski was considering the offer. pic.twitter.com/Odn1rlw7P3
— Adam Stern (@A_S12) June 25, 2021