Today, Brad Keselowski received a multiyear deal to remain with Team Penske. Keselowski will be in the number two car for many years to come and he will still try and lead Team Penske to victory.
Keselowski has had a successful run with Team Penske by winning 22 races for them, plus he won the 2012 series championship. Expect more wins and championships from this all-star driver in the number two car.
Also, the 33-year old Michigan native has picked up 11 poles, 84 top five finishes, and led 5,284 laps for Team Penske in the Monster Energy Cup Series, which it used to be known as the Sprint Cup Series.
In addition, Keselowski will remain with his crew chief Paul Wolfe. Wolfe signed an extension earlier in the season.
Finally, the number two car has had a great 2017 campaign by recording two wins, one pole, ten top five finishes for a total of 601 points on the year ranking him fourth on the points race for the championship.