RFK Racing is on the upswing in its second year with Brad Keselowski among its driver-owner ranks. Both Keselowski and Chris Buescher are well-positioned to make the Cup Series playoffs, with Buescher taking his third series win last time out at Richmond. The company is as consistent as any in the Ford ranks. Its alliance partner, Rick Ware Racing, has landed a franchise driver in Justin Haley.
All these positive trends lead to a natural question: Why not add more cars to the fold moving forward?
“I think we definitely would like to do that,” Keselowski said Saturday at Michigan International Speedway. “(But) you know, it‘s easier said than done.”
“It‘s almost impossible to buy a charter,” Keselowski said. “Nobody‘s selling one.
And as for adding to its Cup program?
“We would like to get to a third car,” Keselowski said. “You know, it has to be possible. And right now it‘s not possible.”
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