* No. 29 BKR Ram in 2010...Keselowski will make his second NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) start of 2010 this weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway. He finished 18th at Nashville Superspeedway in April after a loose wheel forced him to...
* No. 29 BKR Ram in 2010...Keselowski will make his second NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) start of 2010 this weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway. He finished 18th at Nashville Superspeedway in April after a loose wheel forced him to make an unscheduled pit stop.
* Charlotte History... Keselowski has one career NCWTS start at the 1.5-mile Charlotte oval. In 2005 he qualified his family-owned truck in the 34th position before improving ten spots to grab a 24th-place finish.
* Exclusive Win... If Keselowski can find his way to Victory Lane on Friday night, he will join two exclusive driver groups. 19 drivers have won a race in all three touring series and Keselowski could join that group with a win. However, a smaller group awaits the 26-year-old. Keselowski can also join his father, Bob Keselowski, as the only father-son duo to win a NCWTS race.
Brad Keselowski on what it would mean to win his first NCWTS race
"Not only would winning a truck race put me in a select group of drivers that have won a race in all three national series, but I would also join my father as a truck series winner. We would be the first father-son duo to win a truck race. That would be very cool and it would mean a lot to me. My father was my hero and, unfortunately, I missed his truck series win at Richmond (1997). Joining him as a truck series winner would take a little of that disappointment away, I guess. Charlotte is a tough track, but we're bringing a very good truck this weekend. If we can put a complete team effort together I think we have as good of a shot as anyone to take the checkered flag."
Crew chief Wayne Setterington on preparing for Charlotte Motor Speedway
"We are very excited about racing at Charlotte this weekend. Everyone gets pretty amped up about racing at home and we are no different. All the guys at the shop have spent countless hours working on our truck from Nashville. It was fast there and we are very confident going into this weekend we can be a contender. The guys at Penske engines have given us a great engine for this race so if we can do our job getting the truck right it should be a solid weekend."