Team Penske

History

Roger Penske began fielding entries in the NASCAR Cup Series in 1972. By 1980, Penske had left NASCAR to focus on other racing interests. Partnering with Rusty Wallace and Don Miller, he returned with Penske Racing South in 1991. After a few name changes, it is now known as Team Penske, picking up championships in 2012 and 2018.

News

11/12/2019 – NASCAR has fined Paul Wolfe, crew chief for Brad Keselowski and the #2 Team Penske Ford, $10,000 for a lug nut not properly installed following the race at Phoenix (Press Release)

10/28/2019 – NASCAR has suspended Dave Nichols Jr, tire technician for Joey Logano and the #22 Team Penske Ford, one one race (Texas). He was found in violation of Section 12.8.1.C of the 2019 NASCAR Rule Book, a behavioral penalty that addresses “member-to-member confrontation with physical violence.” (Press Release)

10/17/2019 – Pirtek will sponsor Brad Keselowski and the #2 Team Penske Ford for two races dring the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series season at Dover and Daytona (Press Release)

08/07/2019 – Discount Tire has signed a multi-year extension to continue as sponsor of Brad Keselowski and the #2 Team Penske Ford. The new deal calls for Discount Tire to sponsor the car in 15 races, up from 10 this season. (Press Release)

5/28/2019 – NASCAR has fined Todd Gordon, crew chief for Joey Logano and the #22 Team Penske Ford, for $10,000 for a lug nut not properly installed following the race at Charlotte. (Press Release)

03/09/2019 – Brandon Pope, car chief for Brad Keselowski and the #2 Team Penske Ford, has been ejected from ISM Raceway after failing pre-qualifying inspection twice. (Press Release)

07/26/2017Ryan Blaney has been named driver of the #12 Team Penske Ford in 2018 (Press Release)

Team Penske Current Season Stats

PlayerStartsPolesWinsTop5sTop10sLaps CompTimes LedLaps LedRaces LedDNFDNQWD
usaBrad Keselowski35331319948447102721400
usaJoey Logano3522112099546894122000
usaRyan Blaney3511111897352642216400

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