Brad Keselowski claims he is “still interested” in making RFK Racing a three-car operation

Brad Keselowski details his plans for RFK Racing.

Brad Keselowski claims he is “still interested” in making RFK Racing a three-car operation

Brad Keselowski (Via IMAGO)

2012 NASCAR Cup Series champion Brad Keselowski one of the biggest moves of his career at the end of the 2021 season as he joined RFK Racing as an owner-driver. Since joining the team, he has been instrumental growth and their slow but solid in return to their glory days, with Chris Buescher alongside him in the No:17 car.

The future Hall of Famer has huge plans for the team in the coming years including making them three car operations such as the likes of Team Penske Racing. Brad Keselowski’s goals doesn’t end there, there has been confirmed report that the veteran driver also wants to expand his team to other racing series’ such as IMSA.

During the Sonoma race weekend, Keselowski asserted that his team is still interested in expanding the teams’ operations to a two-car team. But the champion isn’t ready to expand just for the sake of expanding, on the contrary they want to expand the right way.

I'm not sure I know what to believe there, but we're still interested in being a three-car Cup team. We're not going to do it just to do it. If we do it, we're going to do it right.
Brad Keselowski said at Sonoma.

Brad Keselowski gives his condition to buy a charter

While they are four charters available in the market following SHR’s decision to cease their operations, Keselowski isn’t ready to buy one and expand. He asserted that any purchase should make financial sense for him.

Brad Keselowski
Brad Keselowski ( Image via IMAGO)
To us, it means having the right assets to be able to compete at a high level and doing it in a way that is fiscally responsible for the company.
Brad Keselowski said.

It would be interesting to see how the team would approach buying the new charter and expanding the team. Before that all the NASCAR teams have to agree on the new charter agreement and the result of the negotiations will determine how the team would approach the charter agreement.

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