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Keselowski steps up Truck Series schedule in '12

January 14, 2012

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Brad Keselowski Racing will make its next transitional step in 2012 as the team owner will run a handful of Camping World Truck Series races -- including the Daytona season opener -- as a teammate to Penske Racing development driver Parker Kligerman.

In addition, Keselowski has hired veteran crew chief Doug Randolph to head Kligerman's program. Randolph last year worked on Rusty Wallace Racing's Nationwide Series program with Steve Wallace that finished 10th in the series but recently closed its doors.
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It's starting to come together. I'm roughly planning to do six races, but I'd prefer not to drive it, to be quite honest.



-- BRAD KESELOWSKI

Keselowski's races will be managed by Jeff Stankiewicz, who in 2011 led Kligerman's team to 11th in the Truck Series with four top-five and eight top-10 finishes in 25 starts.

"It's starting to come together," Keselowski said Saturday afternoon after his Preseason Thunder test ended at Daytona International Speedway. "I'm roughly planning to do six races, but I'd prefer not to drive it, to be quite honest.

"But for Parker's sake, I think it's important to get a good evaluation because this is a make or break year for Parker. We need a good evaluation of where our equipment's at throughout different periods of the year so we can understand whether or not he's making the most of our opportunity.

"Before you can say what the most of an opportunity is you have to define what the opportunity is. Are we giving him a good opportunity? Are we giving him an average opportunity? I don't have an answer to that and I think we'll have a much better indicator if we're able to achieve that."

To do that, Keselowski was compelled to shuffle his deck slightly, particularly when Randolph became available.

"I didn't feel like we were going to come into this year and be able to win a championship with the way it was done, or the way that we finished last year," Keselowski said. "I knew there needed to be a little mix-up, and I really like Jeff, I really like Parker and I wanted them both to be a part of the program.

"So I think we're able to structure it in a way that everybody was still in the program and we're able to bring in a fresh face that's able to bring some new energy in and hopefully everybody feels like it's a win-win."

Keselowski said one of his primary personal goals is still to win a Truck race and that Daytona's "absolutely a possibility. You just have to be smart and be there at the end."

To that end Keselowski said his team has built a brand new truck for Kligerman to race at Daytona and that Keselowski would race the Dodge that Kligerman used last fall at Talladega.

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2012 NSCS Preseason Thunder at Daytona Q&A with Dodge Motorsports Penske Racing’s Competition Director, Travis Geisler

January 14, 2012



TRAVIS GEISLER (Competition Director, Penske Racing)
HOW DID THE TEST GO FOR THE TWO PENSKE DODGES? “I think overall it was really important for our teams to come down here and work for three days. Certainly, there have been some changes on the 22 team with A. J. Allmendinger and Todd Gordon coming on-board. For that team, it was important to start working together. It was the first time that we had that group at-track working together. I’m happy with how Brad and A.J. have been able to work on-track and learn how to race with each other. How they work with each other is something that we have to be prepared for when we come back here for the 500. I think that’s all been good. We’ve been working through all the new rule’s package changes with PRV (pressure relief valve) and water pressure stuff. I know that NASCAR is working really hard to try and put the best show on that they can for the fans and we’re all here trying to help show them what their changes are doing and let them know some direction on what we think will help us put the best show on.”

DO YOU HAVE A COMFORTABLE BASELINE WITH THE ENGINE COOLING PACKAGE HEADING INTO THE DAYTONA 500? “I’d say in general that we have a comfortable baseline, but we’ve changed our pressure settings and grill tape opening three or four times now. It’s hard to really say what we have or comfortable with because we don’t know exactly what it’s going to be. We’re comfortable with how the changes affect our performance and what we need to do to adapt. When we come back here next month, there will probably be a little different package again and we’ll have to adapt from what we’ve learned the last three days of testing. I think we’ll be in good shape.”

HOW WILL THE RULES PACKAGE AFFECT THE RACING THAT MUCH? “I think that we’ll see a considerable difference from what we had at Daytona last year when the guys got the two-car tandem really refined. We’re drastically limited on how long you can push. You’ll still see two-car tandem racing. I’d be surprised if you don’t see at some point in the race that drivers will hook-up for a lap or so and try to gain some speed. It won’t be the story that dominates the race like it has in the past.”

HOW MANY LAPS CAN YOU RUN IN A TWO-CAR DRAFT WITH THE NEW RULES PACKAGE? “It all depends on which package we’re talking about. We’ve run so many different packages here that (its) varied from one lap to four laps. How that all goes and what we come back to the 500 with, I’d say we’ll be closer to one or less laps given what NASCAR decides to go with.”

WERE THERE ANY ISSUES WITH THE ELECTRONIC FUEL INJECTION (EFI) DURING THE TEST? “I’d say we’re in pretty good shape. Just like anything, you have your learning curve and we’re working through it. We’ve learned a bunch of things about EFI. Overall evaluation of the performance is difficult down here because everybody is on different agendas. Until we show up and race and everyone brings their “A” game to the table, it’s hard to say. I think we’re OK where we are with EFI. We’re working on it. Anytime there is a big rule change, the biggest margins for gains are right at the beginning. Once you get past a rule change, everybody has refined it so far that the gains become small. We know that there are big steps in understanding EFI. Dodge has helped us out a ton with their engineering resources. It’s a learning process for sure.”

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The first event of the 2012 Sprint Cup, the Preseason Thunder, is underway at Daytona International Speedway. There are three days of test running. At the halfway point, here are the results from the Penske team:


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Day One Morning
Finish Driver Time Speed

26 A.J. Allmendinger 47.419 189.797
28 Brad Keselowski 47.504 189.458
Average-All Drivers 47.169 190.811

Day One Afternoon
Finish Driver Time Speed

3 Brad Keselowski 44.505 202.224
4 A.J. Allmendinger 44.506 202.220
Average-All Drivers 46.384 194.138

Day Two Morning
Finish Driver Time Speed

10 A.J. Allmendinger 45.961 195.818
27 Brad Keselowski 46.364 194.116

Average-All Drivers 45.875 196.260


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CUP: Keselowski - Performance Made Me Lead Driver At Penske

Date: 01/19/2012




Brad Keselowski and crew chief Paul Wolfe don’t feel as if they carry more weight at Penske Racing now that they’re the “veteran” team in the shop.

They might get asked first about how the organization should approach the task at hand, but Keselowski believes that’s more because he finished fifth in the Sprint Cup standings rather than having been at Penske two years longer than newcomer AJ Allmendinger.

“I don’t think it has anything to do with being a veteran,” says Wolfe, who is just in his second year as a Cup crew chief. “It’s getting results. When we ask for something, it’s a lot easier to get things when you get the results.

“When we ask for something or want to do something a certain way, when the boss gives it to you, you better perform with it. And we feel like [that’s what] we’ve done with it so far.”

Allmendinger came from Richard Petty Motorsports to replace Kurt Busch after the 2011 season and Penske elevated Nationwide Series crew chief Todd Gordon to Cup to replace Steve Addington, Busch’s former crew chief who left to become crew chief for 2011 Sprint Cup champion Tony Stewart.

“I don’t know [if we have] more authority,” Keselowski said following the test session last week at Daytona International Speedway. “Maybe the question is asked to me first, but I can’t wait until the day when we get enough confidence in each other, AJ and I and everybody in the group, where we’re viewed very equally, and I think that’s coming with what I saw this week.”

After a shaky first Cup season at Penske, when he finished 25th in the standings, Keselowski won three races and finished fifth in 2011.

He might even have been considered the top driver at Penske last year. Though Busch has 24 career victories and won a Cup championship, he won just two races last year – to Keselowski’s three – and wound up finishing 11th in the final standings. He and Penske agreed to part ways after the season after a series of outbursts and controversial incidents by Busch last season.

With Busch out of the picture, it appears that Penske is building the organization around Keselowski, who signed a contract extension in November that will keep him at Penske at least through 2014.

“I’m really happy with how we ended last year,” Keselowski said. “There certainly are some areas to improve on, some of which I’ve seen us make large strides and some of which I have not.

“The areas where we’ve made large strides I’m very proud of and we’ve got to hit the items that we haven’t and we’ve got to hit them hard and have got to hit them quickly.”

Keselowski didn’t elaborate on where he feels his team needs to improve (critical of fuel injection last fall, he said “you know the answer” when asked about it last week), but he did say that being part of only a two-car operation – versus the three- and four-car teams fielded by Hendrick, Roush, Gibbs and RCR – will not be a disadvantage as the team works through any issues.

“It’s hard to get more than two teams to work together,” Keselowski said. “When you try to get three and four, it just turns into a circus. I don’t see any disadvantage being a two-car team.

“And if we were going to make it to the next level, we would need to go from two to four or else you become the odd man out. I think you see that at places like Gibbs.”

By having just two cars, it also should get Allmendinger integrated into the organization more quickly, Keselowski said.

“It just helps a guy like AJ get established quicker because there’s a little more equity in him, so to speak, or a little bit larger investment needed out of him, so that helps him get up to speed quicker,” Keselowski said.

For Keselowski to be successful, he’ll need to rely some on Allmendinger’s team.

“The biggest thing for us being the more experienced guys is just to make sure the communication between the two teams stays as it was last year,” Wolfe said. “That was a big part of our success.”


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A.J. Allmendinger Driver Bio




January 24, 2012 , AUBURN HILLS, Mich. - AJ Allmendinger got his first taste for speed in his home state of California, a place synonymous for spitting out fast racers in four-wheeled disciplines. His dad raced midget and sprint cars, so a life behind the wheel was inevitable. "Almost from birth, I've been at the track every weekend," Allmendinger explains. "I loved racing, and I grew to be part of it. It's a passion."

Allmendinger delivered blistering drives early on in his racing career, earning two International Karting Federation Grand National championships. In 2000, his performance in the Champ Car Stars of Tomorrow program earned a Champ Car test with Team Rahal. Then Allmendinger won the Barber Champ Car Karting Scholarship to participate in the 2001 Formula Dodge National Championship Series. He finished as vice-champion for the season and immediately ascended to the 2002 Barber Dodge Pro Series - claiming six race wins, Rookie-of-the-Year honors, and the championship.

The youngster's talent was reconfirmed in 2003 in the Toyota Atlantic series. In his greenhorn year, he shattered track records and logged eight poles and eight victories en route to the championship title. The 21-year old captured the Atlantic series record for most wins in a single season by a rookie, and became the second-youngest driver ever to win the championship.

In 2004, AJ graduated into the big leagues - the Champ Car World Series - earning five Top-Five finishes including two podiums and rookie of the year honors. His 2005 season was again marked by standout performances including six Top-Five finishes, four of which were podiums. After a mid-year Champ Car shakeup in 2006, Allmendinger helped his new team become regulars in victory lane, amassing five wins and a runner-up position for the series' championship.

Rumors of AJ's flirtation with the NASCAR world ran rampant mid-season of 2006. By October, Allmendinger had announced a two-race stint in the NASCAR Truck Series. His stellar performance prompted an invitation to join Team Red Bull's 2007 NASCAR Sprint Cup effort, and ended with Allmendinger signing on the dotted line to race the No. 84.

After two years behind the wheel of the No. 84, Allmendinger joined Richard Petty Motorsports driving the No. 10 Dodge for the final five races of the 2008 season. In the brief time together, AJ turned in some impressive performances. He scored the 14th most points of any driver in those races.

Allmendinger continued his success in NASCAR's top series in 2009 with Richard Petty Motorsports. He collected one Top-Five and six Top-10 finishes. In the final three races of the season, Ford Racing came aboard the No. 43 with AJ as pilot. In an impressive run, Allmendinger scored two Top-10 finishes at Texas Motor Speedway and Homestead-Miami Speedway and a 13th-place finish at Phoenix International Raceway.

2010 was a breakout year for the young driver. Allmendinger earned his first career NASCAR pole position at Phoenix in just the seventh event of the season. In addition, the No. 43 team posted its first Top-Five finish together when it scored a fourth-place finish on the road course at Watkins Glen (N.Y.) International. In all, Allmendinger and his Richard Petty Motorsports crew worked together to earn two Top-Five and eight Top-10 efforts in 2010.

Allmendinger had an impressive start to the 2011 season, scoring an 11th-place finish in the season-opening Daytona 500, followed by a ninth-place finish the next weekend at Phoenix International Raceway. He also scored a Top-Five finish at the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, the only 600-mile event of the season.

Allmendinger joined forces with race-winning Crew Chief Greg Erwin at the end of July and during their 17 races together, the pair earned six Top-10 and 11 Top-15 finishes, including four consecutive Top-15 efforts to close out the season. He barely missed making the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, finishing inside the Top-15 in the driver point standings for the first time in his Cup Series career. Overall AJ scored one Top-5 and 10 Top-10 finishes in 2011.

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Brad Keselowski, Penske Racing team ready to make winning leap



Driver Brad Keselowski may not want the leadership mantle at Penske Racing, but it is his by default.

CONCORD - Brad Keselowski is 27 years old, with two seasons at Penske Racing as a Sprint Cup driver.

That tenure, albeit brief, is enough to make him the senior driver in the stable.

Just don't use the "leader" label on him, though. He'd rather be part of a one-two punch with new teammate AJ Allmendinger, who was brought onboard last month despite an 0-for-152 record in Cup action.

"Leadership in racing is tied directly to success," Keselowski said. "If you win races and you win championships, you pick up a goal. It's my goal to be a co-leader on this team with AJ or whoever my teammates are. That's very important. We need to both be leading and steering the ship. There's strength in numbers."

Keselowski may not want the leadership mantle, but it is his by default. Though winless in 2010 in his first Cup season for team owner Roger Penske, he drove the Miller Lite Dodge to Victory Lane three times a year ago. He and teammate Kurt Busch both qualified for the championship Chase, but neither could capitalize, and after the season, Penske and the petulant Busch agreed to split.

Allmendinger, a five-time winner in CART's version of Indy-car racing in 2006, hadn't come close to enjoying that same kind of success after jumping to NASCAR. But one set of Cup stats appeared to catch Penske's eye when he scoured the crop of available drivers. In each of his five Cup seasons, Allmendinger improved his points position, and he barely missed qualifying for the Chase for Richard Petty Motorsports last fall.

Keselowski said he likes his boss' willingness to roll the dice on Allmendinger. Penske, a 15-time winner of the Indianapolis 500 and 12 IndyCar titles, is still seeking his first Cup crown.

"My goal . is to win a Sprint Cup championship," said Keselowski, who captured the 2010 NASCAR Nationwide title. "That won't be measured over one year as a term of success, it's measured over the tenure of my career here at Penske Racing. We'll see how that goes and I'm committed to make that happen. AJ is in the same position to show progress. He's primed for some major progress at Penske Racing."

Even though they've been teammates only a month, Allmendinger believes he and Keselowski can bring out the best in each other, and that's exactly what Penske has in mind.

"Brad's here to help. He's not just about himself, trying to make sure he shows everybody up and that he runs well," Allmendinger said. "There's no secret we want to beat each other, but we want to do it battling for first and second. Initially, he's going to have to bring me up to speed and figure out what this organization's all about, but we're going to have fun doing it."

On Thursday, Penske announced deals to solidify his team's future: contract extensions for Keselowski, crew chief Paul Wolfe and primary sponsor Miller Brewing.

"The reason why those are important is that they give us the continuity and the selling power to continue to bring in key people we need," said Keselowski, the fifth-place finisher in the Cup points in 2011.

"This sport is about people. There's a place for them to work now that offers stability, continuity - all the things that are important. Those key people are what's going to get us to the next level," he said.


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Hornish confirms full-season Nationwide Series program with Penske
January 26 2012






After only running a handful of events in the NASCAR Nationwide Series last year, former IndyCar champ Sam Hornish Jr. will run the entire schedule in 2012 thanks to increased support from Alliance Truck Parts and a new partnership with Wurth Group.

Alliance Truck Parts will increase its primary sponsorship role on the No. 12 Penske Racing Dodge Challenger from six to 26 events in 2012. Wurth Group, a German-based automotive and industrial supply company, will be the primary sponsor of the car in seven events and an associate sponsor in the other 26.

“I'm really excited about this season. Last year was a little difficult to say the least,” Hornish said Thursday during NASCAR's Media Tour stop at Penske Racing's headquarters in Mooresville, N.C.. “I was able to learn a lot last year. I just feel like we've got a lot of things going for us [in 2012].”

Hornish strengthened his case for a future with Penske's NASCAR team by winning last fall at Phoenix International Raceway, when be topped teammate Brad Keselowski and a field full of Sprint Cup regulars to win his first Nationwide Series race. He is hoping the momentum from that victory carries over to 2012.

“Phoenix has always been good to me,” said Hornish, who earned his first IndyCar Series triumph at the track in 2001. “We've definitely got a lot of things headed in the right direction.”


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After Rolex win, Allmendinger still on go
By GODWIN KELLY, Motorsports editor

DAYTONA BEACH -- AJ Allmendinger won the biggest race of his career on Sunday and hasn't had time to enjoy it.

Allmendinger, part of the winning No. 60 Michael Shank Racing Ford Riley Daytona Prototype, drove the last three hours of the Rolex 24 At Daytona at Daytona International Speedway.


He had dinner Sunday night with the Shank team here and by 3 a.m. Monday he was on a plane for California to shoot a television ad at Infineon Raceway for Shell, the primary sponsor of his new Sprint Cup Series ride, the No. 22 Penske Racing Dodge.

Allmendinger hasn't even had the opportunity to gaze at or fondle his Rolex Daytona watch, given to every winning driver.

"To make sure I didn't lose it, I gave it to my manager Tara (Ragan) to take it back home to Charlotte and have it fitted for me," Allmendinger said in a Wednesday conference call.

From Sunday to Wednesday, Allmendinger went coast to coast to work for his sponsor and work with his new race team.

After the production work was finished in California, Allmendinger flew back to Florida Tuesday night to test his No. 22 Dodge at Walt Disney World Speedway.

"I'm still trying to figure out where I'm at," Allmendinger laughed.

He has every right to be giddy.

Life is very good for the former Champ Car driver, who won five open wheel races in 2006, then stumbled into the Sprint Cup Series as a rookie with start-up team Red Bull Racing.

Since 2007, Allmendinger has spent most of his energy proving he can drive a stock car.

He got a bit testy when a reporter asked him if Sunday's Rolex 24 victory was his first win in a car with fenders.

"Yeah, unfortunately, thanks for that," he said, tongue-in-cheek. "Yeah, first official win. Yeah, thanks."

Allmendinger isn't 100 percent NASCAR. He is going to have equity in Shank's new IndyCar Series team, which will campaign with driver Paul Tracy, if all the details are worked out.

"But to me Sprint Cup racing ... (is) the toughest racing series in the world. Th

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Major sponsorship deals indicate NASCAR economy is turning

Thursday, February 02, 2012


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At last, there's a large patch of blue to break up the doom and gloom that has clouded the NASCAR economy for the past three seasons.

To major corporations, there is still a strong perceived value in association with NASCAR teams and with the sport itself, but the focus of those commitments has changed, along with the numbers of dollars sponsors are willing to allocate to motorsports marketing.

During the late-January NASCAR Sprint Media Tour in Concord, N.C., Penske Racing announced the extension of its agreement with MillerCoors, whose Miller Lite brand is the primary sponsor of the No. 2 Dodge driven by Brad Keselowski.

Penske also has a multiyear deal in place with Shell/Pennzoil, another major long-term player in NASCAR racing and the sponsor of AJ Allmendinger's No. 22. Team owner Roger Penske did allow, however, that the annual price of a Sprint Cup sponsorship is more likely to fall in the $12-$15 million range, rather the $25-$30 million figures bandied about during the rise of the sport's popularity in the previous decade.

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As the 2012 NASCAR season approaches, Roger Penske and his team of drivers and technicians met with the media in Charlotte, N.C., in January 2012. For more, visit the Chrysler Group blog Chrysler Blog - Optimism Prevails as 2012 NASCAR Season Approaches

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