Legendary South Florida businessman responsible for building the facility that hosts NASCAR championship races
Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano anxious to see how the new Penske Ford works in the Valley of the Sun.
Penske Racing has one Daytona 500 win to its credit in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
After more than two years in the making, the car that helped bring back “stock car to NASCAR” is ready to take to Daytona track.
At media day in Daytona International Speedway, Brad Keselowski weighs in on topics racing from the Gen-6 car, tweeting, and romance.
The 2013 NASCAR Media Day took place Thursday with drivers making the rounds between print, radio, television and other mediums. Numerous Ford drivers were part of the day’s first session. Penske Racing's Joey Logano was one of them.
The partnership of PPG and Penske Racing dates back to 1984. It includes all of Penske's NASCAR and IndyCar teams.
Despite starting just his fifth full season of NASCAR Sprint Cup Series competition, Logano is already a Daytona Unlimited veteran.
AJ Allmendinger lost his ride last year due to failing the NASCAR random drug test. He ended up in the NASCAR Road to Recovery and made his return to racing. Now it appears his former team boss will give him a shot in an IndyCar.
Penske Racing makes its first official on track appearance since rejoining the Ford stable with the No. 2 Blue Deuce Ford Fusion of NASCAR Sprint Cup Champion Brad Keselowski.
At the start of the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Penske Racing's Brad Keselowski was not one of the favorites for the championship. Yet they won which makes them our #3 top 20 moment!
2012 first-time Sprint Cup champion loves to tweet, and even had his hands slapped by NASCAR, not once but twice! His followers include the worldwide fans and the media.
Logano took time on day 2 of testing to talk about how the adjustment period is going.
Charlotte is the scene of testing the 2013 next generation Cup cars. Not all of the teams elected to take part in the NASCAR open test at this time.
Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s winless streak tallies close second in media poll
Brad Keselowski and team owner Roger Penske were the men of the hour at the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series final night of celebration in Las Vegas, Nevada. Special award winners included Jimmie Johnson and Tony Stewart.
2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Champion Keselowski savors success. From the Newlywed game to burnouts on the main boulevard, the final event is the awards ceremony tonight.
Drivers share Champion’s Week laughs with fans and fifth graders from Nellis Air Force base school.
Athletes in other sports may opt for new wheels, or perhaps some new bling to commemorate such a milestone moment, but not Keselowski. Instead, Keselowski wants to make tracks, and he wants to make those tracks with a tank.
Week-long flurry of activity features fan appearances, burn outs and banquet
Bevy of fan-friendly activities pack week-long Keselowski coronation
Reid Bigland, President and CEO – Dodge Brand, Chrysler Group LLC; Ralph Gilles, President and CEO – SRT Brand and Motorsports, Chrysler Group LLC; and Roger Penske, Penske Racing, comment on the rise of NASCAR’s newest Sprint Cup Series champion