Bob Keselowski

Robert "Bob" Keselowski (born August 1, 1951 in Rochester, Michigan) is a former U.S. race car driver. He owns K Automotive Racing and was a competitor in the ARCA RE/MAX Series and the former NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, now called the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.

See also:

Brad Keselowski

Keselowski was born in Rochester Hills, Michigan, and grew up in a racing family. He is the son of Kay and Bob Keselowski and the nephew of Ron Keselowski. His older brother, Brian, is also an active racing driver. The Keselowski family is of Polish descent.

In the ARCA series he had 24 wins, 26 poles, and a 1989 championship.

Keselowski was one of the original drivers in the Camping World Truck Series in 1995 when it raced under the name the NASCAR SuperTruck Series. After finishing 15th in the inaugural season, he finished 16th in the second season. Keselowski won his only NASCAR race when he won the 1997 Virginia Is For Lovers 200 at Richmond International Raceway.

He competed one more full season and two part-time season before his NASCAR career was over.

Keselowski's sons Brad and Brian compete in NASCAR. His brother Ron Keselowski had raced in NASCAR in the early 1970s and he had been Bob's car owner.

(Source: Wikipedia)