On Tuesday, Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing revealed the new look for Chris Buescher and Brad Keselowski, as both driver’s Fastenal paint schemes for 2022 were revealed.
The schemes feature chrome numbers with an intimidating black and blue scheme. While Buescher’s No. 17 will feature regular chrome numbers on the sides, Keselowski’s No. 6 will feature blue chrome numbers.
Buescher’s car will have a blue hood and will feature more black on the overall scheme, while Keselowski will have a black front end that gradients to blue on the rear of the car.
With the reveal, RFK Racing also reveals that Fastenal, which had been a No. 17 team sponsor for the last several years, will extend their sponsorship onto the No. 6 entry as well.
“Fastenal has been a driving force behind our organization for more than a decade now, and their dedication to step up and extend the partnership to Brad and the No. 6 team is just further proof of their commitment to not only our sport, but our team and its success,” said RFK Racing president Steve Newmark. “And, we’re excited to show the world our first scheme on a Next Gen car in a season that will have an unprecedented energy and attention with so many positive changes across the NASCAR landscape.”
Fastenal has been an anchor to the Roush Fenway Keselowski team since the 2010 season, when the brand hopped on to the No. 60 NASCAR Xfinity Series entry as the primary sponsor of Carl Edwards. That season, Fastenal and RFK Racing scored the NASCAR Xfinity Series owners championship.
The company won a NASCAR Xfinity Series championship with Buescher and RFK Racing in the No. 60 car in 2015 and now, here they are continuing their partnership, and expanding it for 2022.
According to a press release from Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing, Keselowski will become the ninth-different driver to pilot the Fastenal scheme.
Wow, they look really good.