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  • Brian Keselowski to run #92: Brian Keselowski reports on his Twitter that he will officially run the #92 in 2014. Keselowski says he will have news about a new partnership starting this year and a new name for the race team soon.(1-10-2014)

  • Brian Keselowski to make some changes, plans to run some 2014 races: from the K-Automotive / Brian Keselowski Motorsports Facebook page: Here is the latest news from Brian Keselowski Motorsports regarding our plans for the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season. In a recent post, Brian Keselowski stated "Were officially switching to Ford for next season. We are picking up our first car Monday , a Roush/Fenway car. Hope to have a new number for next season, will find that out soon. Can't announce any sponsorship yet, but working really hard on some things. I feel like this move will help us with getting newer equipment and technical help. Going to PRI tomorrow to try and get some things lined up for 2014. Excited to get going". Keselowski ran the #52 Toyota in 2013 and teamed with GoGreen Racing (who tested recently at Charlotte in the #52 Ford with Jeffrey Earnhardt) and Hamilton Means Racing for owners points. Keselowski ran at Richmond in April and Watkins Glen, also attempted to make the Daytona 500 but failed. The team had Morgan Shepherd in the car at New Hampshire in July. And Go Green Racing had Paulie Harraka in the #52 Ford at Sonoma. Bob Keselowski, Brian father, was listed as the owner of the car in 2013. Keselowski has run the #92 for his own team in the past.(12-15-2013)

  • Brian Keselowski teams up with Go Green Racing for Richmond UPDATE: Archie St Hilaire (Go Green Racing) announced that his team would be making their first attempt of the season Saturday night at the Toyota Owners 400 in Richmond. St Hilaire also confirmed that he was joining forces with Brian Keselowski Motorsports (BKM) and Kelly Owen who have been working together this year in an effort to best utilize their resources with the new Gen 6 car with hopes of expanding their options for running the entire race when they compete. The group has plans for at least 10 more events this season. The team plans to run a mixtures of Toyota or Ford. Brian Keselowski will drive the #52 Toyota at Richmond, his father Bob is listed as the owner and the engine package from Triad. Ben Leslie will be working with the team as the crew chief.(Go Green Racing)(4-23-2013)
    UPDATE: Brian Keselowski will pilot his #52 Brian Keselowski Motorsports Toyota at Richmond International Raceway with high expectations of successfully qualifying to race in the Toyota Owners 400. Brian Keselowski Motorsports has worked hard to get back on track since attempting the Daytona 500 in February 2013. The unfortunate event of not making the "Great American Race" only added a log to Keselowski's fire to come back and be successful on track. BKM welcomes back some of their sponsors that supported them in February to include, major associate sponsor, Highland Wealth Advisors, LLC, a company who works closely with High Net-Worth individuals to help them accomplish their Personal and Financial goals and objectives. Previous sponsors, Twisted Graphix and The Carolina Basset Hound Rescue, will once again be displayed on Keselowski's #52 along with newcomers, Virginia Software Group, Inc. and Infield Jen. Support continues to come from Keselowski's loyal fans who signed up to have their names on his race car.(BKM PR)(4-24-2013)

  • Brian Keselowski plans to attempt Talladega race: #92-Brian Keselowski posted a message on Facebook, that he would next attempt to make the Aaron's 499 at Talladega. "Ok we officially have a plan for our next race now. Talladega May 5th. We will run the Toyota again. We are seeking sponsors to get a TRD or a Triad engine. Also hope to test the car at Dega in April. Seeking sponsors to put us back on track."(3-10-2013)

  • Brian Keselowski gets Daytona sponsor: Brian Keselowski will pilot the #52 BKM/HMR Wreaths Across America Toyota sponsored by TruckerFan.com in this year's Daytona 500. Keselowski will carry an all-American red, white and blue, stars and stripe paint scheme dawning the Wreaths Across America logo and "Give By Cell" text keyword and number to raise awareness and funding for the federally licensed 501(c) 3 nonprofit. "I'm truly honored to be part of this," said Keselowski. "I wanted to go to Daytona this year but didn't think we'd have enough funding, and then I received a phone call from a group of investors who are also veterans. The group, named Fans 4 Truckers, wanted to pay for the sponsorship for Wreaths Across America at Daytona and asked me if I'd represent them." Fans 4 Truckers LLC is a motorsports marketing company with a line of trucker apparel and merchandise. They are dedicated to truckers and the trucking industry in honor of the American soldier. Morrill Worchester founder of "Wreathes Across America" is the man behind the extremely successful program of having wreathes placed each year on the graves of our fallen soldiers at Arlington National Cemetery. Brian Keselowski Motorsports also welcome major associate sponsor, Highland Wealth Advisors LLC a company who works closely with High Net-Worth individuals to help them accomplish their Personal and Financial goals and objectives. Support also came in droves from many loyal NASCAR Fans.(Keselowski PR)(2-6-2013)

  • Brian Keselowski to attempt Daytona 500 with Hamilton Means: Brian Keselowski Motorsports will take on another NASCAR Sprint Cup series season. The team stepped back last year to study the new motor packages and sought sponsorship to return to the track. "I want to race and race right" stated Keselowski who went on to say "If I can't do it that way, I won't do it at all". Brian Keselowski has partnered with Kelly Owen, who is a partner in #52-Hamilton Means Racing. "I'm excited about the opportunity to partner with Brian Keselowski and be a part of the Daytona 500. Brian has shown the same ability as his brother, 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Champion, Brad Keselowski but just hasn't had the equipment to prove it. We are hoping with this partnership that we can get him the equipment he needs to be successful." states Owen. Brian and Brad's dad, Bob Keselowski made his only ever NASCAR cup series start in the No.52 car owned by Jimmy Means Racing at Pocono Raceway in June, 1994. Brian Keselowski Motorsports has secured and signed a primary sponsor who will be announced shortly.(Keselowski PR)(1-29-2012)

  • Brian Keselowski plans to run Daytona 500: #92-Brian Keselowski, brother of 2012 Sprint Cup Champion Brad Keselowski, has moved his team to Huntersville, NC. His Brian Keselowski Motorsports team plans to attempt the Daytona 500 in the #92 Toyota, could run more races if sponsorship can be found and could switch to Ford. Keselowski's effort will be crew chiefed by his father Bob. Brian will also run some ARCA races.(Brian Keselowski Motorsports / PR)(1-3-2013)

  • Brian Keselowski's future plans up in the air: #92-Brian Keselowski, posted the following message to Facebook, Monday evening, "sorry everyone, but it looks like a no go on [Talladega] this weekend. Not sure where we go from here, but its not looking good right now. Im looking for work in and out of the sport, and hope to get things back going soon.".(5-1-2012)

  • Brian Keselowski's team to return at Martinsville: The #92 team owned by Brian Keselowski is working towards making its return at Martinsville in October. The team last made an attempt at Michigan in June with Keselowski driving the Melling Chevy after attempting races in Dodge's. The only start the team has made was when Keselowski made the starting lineup since February's Daytona 500. No word who will drive the car, Dennis Setzer made an attempt with the team at Martinsville in April.(Frontstretch)(10-1-2011)

  • Brian Keselowski spotting for Yeley: While Brian Keselowski has been seldom seen on the Sprint Cup circuit over the course of the summer, the other Cinderella story of this year's Daytona 500 has returned to the seat, running a start-and-park entry for Key Motorsports in the Nationwide Series [#47]. A number of folks from the K-Automotive operation are taking part in running the car, including the gasman from the #92 Cup team and father Bob, who is atop the box as crew chief. The ride has given some stability to Brian, who "has the ride as long as he wants it." On the Cup side, the driver has started taking on a new role, spotting for the #55 team of J.J. Yeley. That's not to say the driver has signed off on Cup racing altogether; the series rookie is working on a potential sponsorship package for the upcoming return to Loudon later this month. "If it comes through, we'll race," said a team official. "If not, he's got the #47."(Frontstretch)(9-10-2011)

  • Setzer in for Brian Keselowski at NHMS: Tough times call for tough decision making for Brian Keselowski, as he makes the decision to step out of his #92 Sprint Cup Series race car and allow the very talented Dennis Setzer to sit behind the wheel for this weekend's race in New Hampshire. "It was a tough decision to make, because all I really want to do is race, but I have to put the good of the company before my own, so I can keep things going, and keep trying to get to where we need to be. I can't focus on driving this weekend when there is work to be done on the car and want to keep our sponsor, Melling Engine Parts happy, so I have a lot to take care of on the business side of things right now. I have to keep my family's company and namesake in business and that comes first. Dennis is a great friend and I trust him 100% . We worked together numerous times in the past and I feel that if I can't be in the car, Dennis is the one who I want taking my place" said Keselowski. Melling Engine Parts has agreed to be a major associate sponsor for this weekend's race at New Hampshire and Pocono. Melling Engine Parts has also agreed they will be a major sponsor for the upcoming race in Michigan. Sponsorship from Melling Engine parts for other races will be announced at a later time.(PR)(7-15-2011)

  • Brian Keselowski to Switch Makes? motors?: Brian Keselowski and the #92 K-Automotive team will be skipping the Coca-Cola 600, but hope to run at at Kansas, Pocono, and Michigan in June. That is contingent on Keselowski getting a motor program in place, meaning that for the driver/owner, a change in manufacturer may be coming. "I'm working really hard to get a motor program together before we go to Kansas," Keselowski said. "Problem is, I can't seem to make that work on the Dodge side. There's probably not a single manufacturer out there willing to give me anything, but there might be some manufacturers out there willing to make some better deals, or some deals, because now I have none. I don't want to change by any means, I've been a Dodge guy since I was a kid. But they can't just keep burying me in the dirt either. I need some light. I'm trying to make my race team work. If that's the way to do it, I'll do it."(Frontstretch)(5-27-2011)

  • Brian Keselowski to attempt next three races: Brian Keselowski will resume his driving duties in the #92 Dodge for the Sprint Cup race Richmond International Raceway. After suffering from emergency gallbladder surgery, Keselowski had to take a step back and recover. Keselowski was not able to drive at Bristol and had long time driver/friend Dennis Setzer step in and take over. Keselowski was forced to withdraw from Auto Club Speedway and was not yet medically cleared to race at Martinsville. Once again Dennis Setzer stepped in and drove the #92. An unfortunate wreck during practice at Martinsville put the K-Automotive Motorsports #92 out of contention early that weekend [the team had no backup car] and contributed to withdrawing their entries from Texas and Talladega. K-Automotive Motorsports took that time to rebuild and regroup and are now ready to get back on the track and go racing. Brian Keselowski has fully recovered and has been granted clearance by his doctors and NASCAR to return to his drivers seat in the #92 K-Automotive Motorsports Dodge. Plans are for Keselowski to drive Richmond, Darlington and Dover.(Brian Keselowski site)(4-22-2011)

  • Brian Keselowski parked, scaling back a bit: #92-Brian Keselowski parked his car for the race in California last week because of a lack of funding but had hoped to make a solid return this weekend at Martinsville Speedway. For a guy trying to get over the March 17 removal of his gallbladder, he had another sick feeling Friday as Dennis Setzer crashed the team's car and he had to withdraw from the Cup race at Martinsville. He had only four cars before the crash, and now is down to three for the time being. Even before the accident he was unsure whether he would race the next two weeks. As of Friday, he didn't have a car ready for next week's race at Texas Motor Speedway and he didn't have an engine for the following week's race at Talladega. He could end up at both of those races or end up staying home. "I don't want to go just to go," Keselowski said Friday prior to practice. "I want to go and make the race, try to be as competitive as we can. ... I want to go prepared. Really, there's no race on the schedule earmarked over another one. It's pretty much, am I prepared? If I'm prepared, then I'll go. If I'm not, then I'll stay home until I am. I don't have enough money to [just] show up every week."(SceneDaily)(4-3-2011)

  • Brian Keselowski to have surgery UPDATE: Brian Keselowski is expected to undergo gallbladder surgery as early as Thursday evening after the driver was rushed to the hospital Tuesday with what was described as "severe abdominal pain," his K-Automotive Motorsports team said. Keselowski was "diagnosed with a severe case of gallstones," according to the team, and medication to relieve the pain is not helping. The surgery would put Keselowski - vying for Sprint Cup rookie of the year honors - out of his car for two or three weeks, the team said. Dennis Setzer will attempt to qualify the #92 car at Bristol. Keselowski was described by the team as bending over in pain and begging doctors to remove his gallbladder, saying "Get this thing out of me. I just want this thing out of me so I can get back in my car and race." The surgery would be done as an outpatient procedure. The team said well-wishes can be sent to Keselowski at K-Automotive Motorsports: 2668 Peachtree Rd., Statesville, NC, 28625.(SB Nation)(3-17-2011)
    UPDATE: Brian Keselowski is "very sore" but "feels better than before" after emergency surgery Thursday night to remove his gall bladder, his K-Automotive Motorsports team said Saturday. Keselowski was rushed to the hospital on Tuesday with severe abdominal pain, and it was determined he would need to have his gall bladder removed. Dennis Setzer is driving in Keselowski's place at Bristol, and Keselowski isn't expected to return until Talladega. That means he would also miss Fontana, Martinsville and Texas. The team said Keselowski will get his stiches removed on Thursday. "I don't like to be sitting at home," Keselowski said in a statement. "I'd rather be at the track."(SB Nation)
    AND Brian Keselowski was released from the hospital late Friday afternoon after a successful procedure, according to team officials. The driver is very sore from the procedure, but disappointed more than anything else not to be at Bristol. The #92 team will not be making the trip out west to Fontana next weekend, but will pick up racing at Martinsville with Dennis Setzer behind the wheel. Keselowski hopes to return to the seat of the #92 at Talladega.(Frontstretch)(3-19-2011)

  • Brian Keselowski may race at Phoenix...may not: UPDATE 2: Because while #92-Brian Keselowski told the media assembled in his post-Gatorade Duel press conference that the payday his Daytona 500 start would bring meant he could be able to go to Phoenix, he never actually said he would. "I don't even know if we're going to be able to go yet," noted Brian when discussing his plans for his six-figure payday. "I put my entry in, but it was kind of like 'well, if this doesn't work maybe we've got a car that can go to Phoenix.' Now, the car's beat up a fairly good amount. And when you come to the track, you've got to be right. They're going to make sure we're right now [in Daytona], and that's fine. That's the way it goes and it's the same for everyone. But I don't think I can get the car repaired enough to be right for Phoenix. So, it takes another car, and I don't have one yet." Asked point-blank if his remarks meant that he was contemplating a partial schedule, as opposed to running on a shoestring week after week the way his operation did in Nationwide competition the past two seasons, Keselowski answered in the affirmative. If anything, the struggles of his past two years have clearly given this owner/driver perspective that few in the garage today have. "If I can get something that I think is competitive and go to Phoenix, I'll go to Phoenix," he stated of his plans. "If I feel like I can get something competitive to go to Vegas, I'll go to Vegas. [But] I'm not going to go if I don't think I can make the race. I'm not going to go just to say that I went. I don't have enough money to do that. [The payday] gets us back to zero. That's about it. Maybe a little better than that, but not a lot. And that's the best thing that could happen at this point. Now, I can look at all the people in the eye that have been helping me the last two years and say it worked."(Frontstretch)(2-20-2011)
    UPDATE: Terry Blount reported on ESPN's NASCAR Now Tuesday that #92-Brian Keselowski is still trying to get his car ready for Phoenix after it sufffered damage in a wreck a Daytona. The team is hopeful that they can complete the work in time to leave for Phoenix. If they are unable to get ready, the team's next race will likely be Bristol.(2-23-2011)
    UPDATE 2: #92-Brian Keselowski, who became one of the feel-good stories at the Daytona 500 after being pushed into the race by his brother, will attempt to qualify for Sunday's Sprint Cup race at Phoenix International Raceway. The older brother of Penske Racing driver #2-Brad Keselowski was skeptical he would be able to get the second car that was purchased from the old Evernham Racing inventory prepared in time to make the trip west. His Daytona car was involved in a 14-car wreck on Lap 29 and "was pretty much junk." After working around the clock, Keselowski said the Phoenix car that Kasey Kahne won with at Charlotte in 2008 is ready and headed to Phoenix on the hauler. Keselowski's is one of 45 cars on the entry list for Phoenix, although there might be only 44. The driver was told the #64 Larry Gunselman car plans to withdraw, which would mean he has to beat only one car in qualifying to make the field.(ESPN.com)(2-24-2011)

  • Offers roll in for Brian Keselowski UPDATE sponsor named: With a sustained push from his brother, #92-Brian Keselowski finished fifth in Thursday's second Gatorade Duel 150 qualifying event and raced his way into Sunday's Daytona 500. Since then, his phone hasn't stopped ringing. Ray Evernham called with an offer to pick up Keselowski's tire bill for the weekend-a cool $10,000 or so. Keselowski is driving a 2006 Dodge Charger that Evernham built years ago, and he came to the track this weekend with one set of tires. Penske Racing, which fields Sprint Cup cars for Keselowski's younger brother, Brad Keselowski, offered to supply a stronger engine for the #92 Dodge. Unlike other well-heeled teams, Keselowski doesn't have a fresh engine to put in the car for Sunday's race. A complication is that Keselowski is running an older generation R5 engine. The new R6 power plant available from Penske requires, among other things, completely different motor mounts and an external fuel pump. According to Keselowski's father and crew chief, Bob Keselowski, the team might not be able to install the engine in time for Saturday's practice. Keselowski also is working on a sponsorship deal with Golden Corral, which already had sent him a mockup of the paint scheme for Sunday's race. "Honestly, I couldn't answer all the calls," Brian Keselowski said. "It's just been insane. By the time I got out of the media center and got dressed (after the race), I looked at my phone, and I had 50-something messages and text messages and phone calls. It's been crazy"(Sporting News)(2-19-2011)
    UPDATE: Brian Keselowski has a sponsor for the Daytona 500 receiving funding from Discount Tire [a Penske Racing sponsor] and was applying the logos to his [#92 Dodge] car Saturday. Brian Keselowski came to Daytona with two crew members, his father and his uncle, and was a long shot to make the race. Now he'll pick up a paycheck of at least $250,000 - money he can use to climb out of debt and continue his fledgling career.(Associated Press), during SPEED's Happy Hour practice coverage, it was mentioned that Brian Keselowski will not be putting the Penske engine as the car is not fitted to do so and it would take a few days to convert for the newer engine.(2-19-2011)

  • Kesekowski brothers help each other: One is a young star with a fast car and beer money. The other has struggled through life and took on more debt than he should have to pursue his dream. Yes, they fought. And yes, there was jealousy. But all was right Thursday in the house of Keselowski after 26-year-old #2-Brad pulled up behind his big brother #92-Brian and pushed him to fifth place in a Gatorade Duel qualifying race. Brian, 29, will start 12th in the Daytona 500 Sunday in a 5-year-old car that he, his dad, Bob, and a couple of buddies finished assembling in the Daytona International Speedway garage. "When Brad got back there, I knew this was our chance," said Brian, who was well behind when Brad spun out on the 40th lap. "If there's anybody that's going to push me, it would be Brad. If there was anybody else, there was no way they were going to come and stay on my rear bumper the way that he did." But push Brad did, using his Roger Penske-owned Miller Lite Dodge to give speed to Brian's unsponsored machine to finish ahead of defending 500 winner Jamie McMurray among others. Starting on Sunday will be worth more than a quarter-million dollars and means Brian will be able to afford to go to Phoenix next week. Brad congratulated Brian as he sat in his car and wept with joy. But the two haven't always gotten on so well. Brian was too busy working on his family's NASCAR truck team to start driving until he was 18, and he was envious when Brad was allowed to race as a kid. Brad's first Nationwide Series ride, with Keith Coleman, was supposed to have gone to Brian. "Yeah, there's always a little bit of jealousy," Brian said. "Then you have to say, 'What if it wouldn't have worked?' We'd both be sitting home.It could go either way. We made our first Daytona 500. I guess it's not all a bad thing."(Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)(2-18-2011)

  • Brian Keselowski plans Daytona 500 then...: #92-Brian Keselowski, is hoping to run the full Sprint Cup schedule in 2011. "I planned on running a full schedule, but so far, we haven't been able to put it all together. We're planning on doing Daytona, and we're going to wait and see from there. We might wait until after the first part of the season gets over with," said Keselowski. "It's going to depend on our money, and how much sponsorship we might be able to draw." Keselowski says that with the current rules that the Nationwide Series came out with, his team could not race this upcoming season. "We decided that ... it wasn't much more expensive to run the Sprint Cup Series. If we're going to spend that kind of money, we might as well go Cup racing. It's not going to be easy, but we want to race." With plans on going racing, a second car from K-Automotive Motorsports going to the track could be likely for the team. "I'm not going to make an everyday deal out of that. It's not going to happen for a while." For this second car, Dennis Setzer might try at a few races. "Dennis is good at places like Martinsville, and it will be smart to bring someone that knows their way around the place." With sponsorship looking questionable, K-Automotive and Brian Keselowski will try to keep starting and parking to a minimum. Keselowski says that there are some small things lined up for Speedweeks, and even has a chance with another driver to run the Budweiser Shootout, but there is no primary sponsorship lined up for his car.(TheRacingExperts.com)(2-8-2011)

  • Brian Keselowski plans to run for Rookie of the Year: been told that #92-Brian Keselowski and his team are working on cars to run Sprint Cup for 2011 that Keselowski plans to run for Rookie of the Year. The team has recently acquired three Penske Dodges to go along with their current fleet of former Gillette/Evernham cars.(1-12-2011)

  • Brian Keselowski could move team to Cup: From an interview with Frontstretch:
    Where does [the purse cuts in Nationwide] leave this operation heading into 2011?
    Keselowski: If we can't run Nationwide, I'd like to run Cup. I don't know, there's a lot of uncertainty. We've got three solid months to figure out what we're doing for next year. But if we get to January 1 and we don't know what we're doing, we're really behind the [eight] ball. It sounds like they're going to change the front ends of the Cup cars a little bit next year, so even the ones I already have would have to be worked on. I'd like to say that I will just run the Cup deal, because if nothing else I could just focus on one car, and the money over there is enough that I could afford to race the race. I never wanted to start a second team or a third team [in the Nationwide Series], I wanted to race. But it wasn't going to make business sense to do it. I'm getting kind of sick of it. It's getting to a point where it's really not any fun. We work really, really hard and you feel like racing isn't getting anywhere. You're just busting your butt and not getting anywhere, running 30th all day long.(Frontstretch)(9-25-2010)

  • Brian Keselowski to attempt Richmond: Despite failing to qualify at Bristol a few weeks back, #92-Brian Keselowski will return to the Sprint Cup Series to attempt the Air Guard 400 at Richmond this coming Saturday. Keselowski, whose Nationwide Series team does not have a Nationwide Series COT car, says that he is interested in doing some more Sprint Cup races towards the end of the 2010 season, owing in part to the larger purses offered at the Sprint Cup level.(Frontstretch)(9-6-2010)

  • Brian Keselowski enters Bristol Cup race UPDATE testing: Brian Keselowski tested at Toledo Speedway Monday to prepare for his Sprint Cup Debut this weekend at Bristol in his #92 Dodge. As long as testing goes well and they get the car to what they feel is a properly handling setup, Brian will attempt to qualify and will race the entire event.(8-17-2010)
    UPDATE: Monday, August 16th, Brian Keselowski was out at Toledo Speedway working on the set up of his #92 NASCAR Sprint Cup Dodge hoping to get it ready for his Sprint Cup debut at Bristol Motor Speedway this Saturday night. Keselowski, older brother of Brad who drives the #12 Dodge in Sprint Cup, said testing went pretty well.(see images at drivenagency.com)(8-18-2010)

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