Brad Keselowski Racing

Brad Keselowski Racing is an American professional stock car racing team that currently competes in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and was started in 2007. It is owned and operated by NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Brad Keselowski.

The team currently fields the No. 19 California Clean Power Ford F-150 full-time for Daniel Hemric, and the No. 29 Cooper Standard Ford F-150 full-time for Tyler Reddick.

See also:

Daniel Hemric

In 2015, Hemric announced that he would compete full time for the first time in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series with NTS Motorsports. Hemric drives the No. 14 California Clean Power Chevrolet Silverado and will compete for the 2015 NASCAR Rookie of the Year title. On November 3, Hemric announced that he would join Brad Keselowski Racing to drive the No. 19 Ford F-150 in 2016.

Keselowski formed his own race team, which began competing in the Camping World Truck Series in 2008. Robb Brent signed to drive the No. 19 Chevrolet for three races, with a best finish of 21st. Keselowski drove the No. 19 Chevrolet himself in the Lucas Oil 150 at the Phoenix International Raceway.

Using the engine out of his race-winning Nationwide car from Bristol, he started 7th and finished the race in 6th position. Keselowski entered the team in eight more races in 2009, this time with the familiar Keselowski family's No. 29, with Mikey Kile driving. BKR brought J. R. Fitzpatrick in for one race, Kile for six races, and Brad raced once at Bristol.

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John Fitzpatrick racing driver

In 1965, Fitzpatrick returned to Team Broadspeed, remaining with them for the rest of his BSCC career. The season saw Fitzpatrick claim three podiums (including a class win) in his Morris Mini Cooper S 970. It would be in 1966, however, that Fitzpatrick put his name into the BSCC history books.

Team Broadspeed were contracted by Ford to run two 1000cc Ford Anglias in the BSCC, to be driven by Fitzpatrick and Peter Proctor.

Peter Proctor had a severe accident in the Goodwood race and his place was taken by Anita Taylor. Fitzpatrick won the Championship overall. Fitzpatrick followed this with a second place overall the following year, before Broadspeed changed to the new Ford Escorts.

Keselowski has also entered a part-time entry in the ARCA Series for DeWitt, Michigan driver, 17-year-old Chad Finley, son of former ARCA winner Jeff Finley. Finley has three top tens so far in his starts for BKR, a best of 3rd at the Berlin Raceway in Marne, MI.

He also finished a strong 6th at the Toledo Speedway and 9th at Iowa Speedway.

Finley won his first career pole at the Rockingham Speedway, late race contact would relegate Finley to 15th in the final rundown.

Parker Kligerman won an ARCA race in 2009 on the same week that BKR driver Chad Finley finished sixth in his ARCA debut. In 2010, Finley ran the No. 29 Chevrolet in a few ARCA races with sponsorship from Auto Value and Air Lift Services. His best finish was 3rd at Pocono.

In 2010, Keselowski ran the No. 29 truck at Nashville, bringing home a respectable 18th place finish.

(Source: Wikipedia)