It will be his first attempt since the season-opening Daytona 500 in February.
“Giving up is not an option,” said Keselowski of his unsuccessful Daytona qualifying effort. “You learn from what went wrong and go from there. I'm not giving up. I’m nowhere near ready to that!”
Keselowski’s Toyota will carry sponsorship from Highland Wealth Advisors, LLC, a company that works closely with High Net-Worth individuals to help them accomplish their Personal and Financial goals and objectives. Associate backing will come from Twisted Graphix, the Carolina Basset Hound Rescue, Virginia Software Group, Inc. and Infield Jen.
Keselowski will sport a red, white and blue “stars and stripes” paint scheme on the car, and a “Wreaths Across America” fire suit to help raise awareness and funding for that nonprofit group.
“I’ve worn a lot of fire suits in my career, but I wear the WAA fire suit with great pride because of what it represents and what they do to support our military, fallen soldiers and their families,” said Keselowski. For more information, visit wreathsacrossamerica.org.