Brad Keselowski lashed out at reports suggesting him leaving Penske was a mistake

Read to find out what Brad Keselowski tweeted in response to a report stating his leaving Team Penske is a mistake

Brad Keselowski
Brad Keselowski

Brad Keselowski competes full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series driving the No.6 Ford Mustang for RFK Racing and also co-owns the team. He recently took to his Twitter to condemn a report that mentioned him leaving Team Penske was a mistake.

Brad Keselowski has had a mixed season this year placing only once in the top 10, twice in the top 15, and thrice in a position above p20. The 2012 Cup Series champion has 35 career victories in the Cup career so far alongside 39 career wins in the Xfinity Series.

Lately Brad Keselowski’s No.6 car was found with an illegal modification which led to him losing 100 driver points and position in the standings as well his crew chief paying a fine of $100,000 after the teardown inspection following the Atlanta Motor Speedway race.

Brad Keselowski was vexed with the report that called out him leaving Team Penske was a mistake and that he should’ve stayed with that team. The report also said that Keselowski shouldn’t have left Team Penske if all he wanted was a piece of ownership.

Find out what Brad Keselowski tweeted

Brad Keselowski
Brad Keselowski’s No.6 Ford Mustang

Brad Keselowski tweeted saying that he had 1 win, 4 top 10s in 2009 driving for Hendrick Motorsports and that he left HMS and joined Team Penske to drive a car that placed 32nd in the points table.

“In 2009 I had 1 win and 4 top-10s driving for HMS. I left to go to Team Penske and drive a car that sat 32nd in points,” tweeted Brad Keselowski.

He concluded in his tweet by saying that when the preceding happened, the report’s headline said that it took 12 months to get his first top-10, 18 months to bag his first win, and 36 months to acquire his first championship.

“The headlines read similar to the below. It took 12 months to get the first top-10, 18 months to get the first win, and 36 months to get the first championship,” tweeted Brad Keselowski.

“I feel confident it’s going to all come together for RFK Racing,” Brad Keselowski on his RFK future

Brad Keselowski
Brad Keselowski

Brad Keselowski also tweeted about his time and opinion on the progress of RFK Racing which read that he feels that they are ahead of the schedule having a strong pit crew that is already among the top-10.

“In some ways, I feel we are ahead of schedule. We have a solid brand-new pit crew already ranked in the top-10,” tweeted Brad Keselowski.

He also added to his tweet saying that they have cars that haven’t broken down and have led for 100s of laps and once they get those fast cars, he’s positive enough that everything will come together for RFK Racing.

“Cars that aren’t breaking down and almost 100 laps led. Once we get these cars fast, I feel confident it’s going to all come together for RFK Racing,” tweeted Brad Keselowski.

Will Brad Keselowski be capable of striking a comeback with this weeks’ Toyota Owners 400?

Also read: “Him and I will settle it one day” John Hunter Nemechek after Ty Gibbs prods him to secure the Xfinity Series win at Richmond Raceway