WATCH: Brad Keselowski Shares an Exciting Update on RFK Racing’s Shop

NASCAR Cup Series driver Brad Keselowski bid farewell to Team Penske in 2021. He was with Team Penske for over a decade but now the 2012 champion will race for the recently rebranded Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing team.

Rebranded because Keselowski not only joins the new team as a driver but also as a team owner.

And the 37-year-old recently shared the ‘progress’ at his new office. Keselowski posted a picture of his new home that was ‘freshly painted’ and had ‘new floors’ installed.

Fresh paint, new floors… this new place is starting to feel like home

@RFKracing⁩ LETS GO!

— Brad Keselowski (@keselowski) December 9, 2021

As the next season is approaching, things will begin to take shape in terms of a workplace and the car. Speaking of the car, RFK Racing recently announced a sponsorship for their drivers.

Keselowski will be sponsored by Fastenal for 2022, a company that signed an extension that will run until 2024. RFK Racing shared a render of how the new sponsorship will look on the Next Gen cars on their Twitter account.

2022 looks good on you, @FastenalCompany!

You’ll see the blue & black colors on the No. 6 and No. 17 with a brand new look next season!


— RFK Racing (@RFKracing) December 7, 2021

Brad Keselowski has a different verdict on the Next Gen cars

While many drivers and team members have been critical of the new cars, Brad Keselowski holds a different view. Although he admits the new cars are slower and handle poorly, he believes that’s a ‘good thing’.

“The car is quite a bit slower than the older Cup cars but handles really bad, which I think is a good thing. I think we had fallen into a spot where the Cup cars were driving too well.”

“Now you’ve got to ‘man up’ to drive these cars. They’re not super-fast, but they’re very challenging to drive.”

HOMESTEAD, FL – NOVEMBER 16: Brad Keselowski, driver of the #2 Miller Lite Dodge, stands in the garage during practice for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway on November 16, 2012 in Homestead, Florida. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

By all accounts, Brad Keselowski is optimistic about this new chapter in his career. Let’s see if the optimism is rewarded by jubilance in the form of race wins, and who knows, maybe a second Cup Series title in 2022.

Also Read: Brad Keselowski Explains Why He Didn’t Go the Denny Hamlin Way With NASCAR Team Ownership

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