Brad Keselowski, who climbed the stock-car racing ladder to establish himself as a Cup Series champion, was named on Tuesday to the list of NASCAR‘s 75 Greatest Drivers.
Keselowski has 35 victories on NASCAR‘s top circuit, with a knack for winning at the tour‘s biggest superspeedways. He clinched the Cup Series championship — a first for Hall of Famer and team owner Roger Penske — in 2012.
The Rochester Hills, Michigan native is a next-generation racer whose grandfather, John, raced motorcycles and owned a stock-car team, and whose father, Bob, was an ARCA Menards Series champion. The younger Keselowski followed his father‘s footsteps as a driver and later an owner in the Craftsman Truck Series.
— NASCAR.com —