Brad Keselowski made a bold change to move from Team Penske, his only full-time home in his NASCAR Cup Series career, to become the driver of the No. 6 car and to become a co-owner of the Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing team in the NASCAR Cup Series.
Now, Keselowski will sport an even more bold Kohler Generators paint scheme in 14 races during the 2022 season.
According to a press release from RFK Racing on Thursday, Kohler Generators will expand their partnership, which began in 2021, with the organization through 2022 and beyond. Kohler will get their 2022 partnership kicked off in the Daytona 500.
In addition to their 14 primary sponsorship races, Kohler will remain with the No. 6 team as an associate sponsor for the remainder of the 2022 season.
“Commitments at this level are few and far between in this day and age, and we’re obviously thrilled that Kohler has not only extended its partnership with our team, but expanded it in a way that will hopefully make their name synonymous with our No. 6 team,” said Keselowski in a team release. “Their goals and initiatives as an America-owned company are something that excite me, and I look forward to working with their team off the track to deliver exceptional results. We’re thankful to everyone at Kohler and can’t wait to partner together in 2022 and beyond.”
The full 2022 Kohler Generators primary sponsorship schedule of the No. 6 car is:
February 20, Daytona 500
March 20, Atlanta
May 1, Dover
May 22, All-Star Race
May 29, Coca-Cola 600
June 12, Sonoma
July 3, Road America
July 17, New Hampshire
July 24, Pocono
September 4, Darlington
September 17, Bristol
October 2, Talladega
October 30, Martinsville
November 6, Phoenix
Kohler Generators is excited to align themselves with a team with a sterling reputation, like Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing, in a multi-year deal.
“Kohler Generators’ multi-year relationship with RFK Racing is truly exciting. By expanding our presence as an anchor partner in more events this year, we can further showcase our leading expertise in power resiliency to a loyal and passionate fan base,” said Kyle Brandemuhl, President of Kohler Residential & Power Products. “The relationship between Kohler and the RFK team is a natural fit with each possessing long-standing, trusted brands in power and technology. Our shared commitment is underscored by champion driver/owner Brad Keselowski, who has consistently demonstrated excellence and resiliency over his successful career.”
Keselowski, 37, enters the year with 35-career NASCAR Cup Series wins. The Michigan-native has scored at least one win in each of the last 11 seasons. Keselowski will look to extend that streak to 12 years in 2022 with RFK Racing.