‘Primed and ready to go for Sunday,’ Brad Keselowski is all set to go for win at upcoming Sonoma Cup race

Find out what RFK owner-driver Brad Keselowski had to say about the coming cup race at the Sonoma Raceway

Brad Keselowski
Brad Keselowski

NASCAR will hit the Sonoma Raceway in California for the Toyota / Save Mart 350 following an intense and chaotic inaugural Gateway cup race at St. Louis. The gateway debut of the Next-Gen car saw Team Penske Racing veteran Joey Logano coming out victorious securing his second win in 4 races weeks ahead of his former teammate Kyle Busch after the last stage duel.

The Sonoma cup race is expected to keep the entertaining momentum going for NASCAR as the 219-mile race is the second Road Course of this year’s schedule on the back of the COTA cup race. Going into Sonoma veteran Brad Keselowski will be hoping for redemption as his wait for a win this season continues as he has a huge deficit of point penalty to overcome.

The RFK-Racing owner-Driver will hit the track on Sunday as he needs more than just a win to secure a spot in the playoff considering the penalty he had to endure for an unauthorized altercation that has done to the car earlier this year. Following his P20 finish at Gateway Keselowski has now come forth expressing his opinion on the coming race and what he hopes in the race to happen.  

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Find out what Brad Keselowski had to say about the coming Sonoma cup race

Brad Keselowski
Brad Keselowski

Brad Keselowski acknowledged that Sonoma is a fun road course and pointed out that it will be a great market experience for all the drivers who are going to make their track debut there. He went on to say that a large contingent of our West Coast friends coming out for the weekend, as the area provides bucket-list experiences. He went on to say that he has been in the mix for a win at Sonoma in the past so figuring out left and right hands this weekend will the Key to getting his primed Mustang to the top.

“Sonoma is a fun road course and just a great market and experience for many folks who experience their first race. I know we have a large contingent of our West Coast friends coming out for the weekend, as the area provides bucket-list experiences. I’ve been in the mix and close at Sonoma before, so figuring out the left and right-handers this weekend is key in getting our Kohler Power Reserve Ford primed and ready to go for Sunday,” Brad Keselowski said.

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“I’m obviously very comfortable at road course racing,” Claims Brad Keselowski’s RFK teammate Chris Buescher

Brad Keselowski
Chris Buescher

Brad Keselowski’s RFK Racing teammate Chris Buescher has come forth acknowledging that he is very comfortable at rad courses as he enjoys both driving and maneuvering and pointed out that Sonoma is a fun track with many different things to offer. He went on to say that his team has been good on the racetrack recently and is hopeful about their chance in the final race on Sunday.

“As some have said in the past, I’m obviously very comfortable at road course racing, as it’s something I enjoy both learning and maneuvering. Sonoma is a fun track with the many different elements it offers, and we’ve been pretty good at road racing lately despite the many different tracks we visit. We’re looking forward to a productive weekend with our friends at Fifth Third back on board, and look to get them a solid finish after what was a disappointing Coke 600 end,” Chris Buescher said.

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