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Roush Fenway becomes RFK Racing

CONCORD, N.C. — Roush Fenway Racing made its new era of ownership official Tuesday with the presentation of a new name for 2022 and beyond — “Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing” and they will go by RFK Racing.

The new branding formally adds part-owner Brad Keselowski to the team‘s name, joining team founder and NASCAR Hall of Famer Jack Roush, plus Fenway Sports Group. The new name was announced Tuesday afternoon at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

The addition of Keselowski to the organization‘s ownership group was announced July 20. The former Cup Series champion will drive the team‘s flagship No. 6 Ford in the NASCAR Cup Series starting next year and will assume a leadership role in RFK Racing‘s competition department.

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Keselowski makes the move after a 12-year run with Team Penske that included his lone Cup Series title in 2012. The 37-year-old driver has been involved in team ownership before, leading Brad Keselowski Racing in an effort that produced 11 Camping World Truck Series wins from 2008-2017.

This story will be updated.

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