Ronald "Ron" Keselowski (born September 12, 1946 in Troy, Michigan) is a former NASCAR Winston Cup driver who raced from 1970 to 1974. He is the uncle of current NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers Brad and Brian Keselowski along with being the brother of retired NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Bob Keselowski.
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As a driver, Keselowski would acquire two top-five finishes in addition to eleven top-ten finishes. His total earnings for his NASCAR career was considered to be $62,790 ($301,281.84 when the amount is converted to today's money). Keselowski has raced a total of 14,167.8 miles (22,800.9 km) in his career and averaged a 24th place finish in all of his career Winston Cup races.
While he led nine laps, Ron has never won a race under NASCAR sanction; in April 1974 he did win the ACME Super Saver 500 for USAC stock cars at Pocono.
His most active season was in 1972 where he competed in 22 out of the 31 races held that year. Most of his top-ten finishes came in 1971 (with an obvious exception for the 1971 Daytona 500 where he was only able to complete a single lap of the race).
In the 1973 Winston Cup season, Keselowski finished 45th place in the season standings and with 879 championship points (6294 points behind the 1973 champion Benny Parsons).