Friday, February 3, 2023

Brad Keselowski, RFK Racing Paying Tribute to Ken Block with Phoenix Test Design

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Brad Keselowski and RFK Racing will pay tribute to the late Ken Block, a motorsports icon, in the upcoming NASCAR Cup Series organizational test at Phoenix Raceway. PC: RFK Racing | Twitter

Brad Keselowski and RFK Racing will be paying tribute to Ken Block, an icon in the motorsports world, during the two-day NASCAR Cup Series organizational test at Phoenix Raceway.

Keselowski, who pilots the No. 6 Ford Mustang for RFK Racing in the NASCAR Cup Series, will participate in Tuesday and Wednesday’s organized test session at the one-mile oval while carrying a livery that honors Ken Block.

The design is structured to resemble the Hoonigan Racing entry that Block made famous throughout his rallycross career, a scheme that is now cemented as part of his legacy.

Block – a globally-recognized name in motorsports, and co-founder of Hoonigan and DC Shoes – was tragically killed in a snowmobile accident earlier this month, at the age of 55.

The announcement of a tribute scheme from Keselowski and RFK Racing comes two days after the announcement from Ford Performance, a long-time partner of Block’s racing efforts, that all of its teams across all series, will start the season with a decal to honor Block.


At this time, it is unknown if Brad Keselowski and RFK Racing will bring this paint scheme honoring Ken Block to a NASCAR Cup Series event in 2023, or if this will be a one-off for the Phoenix test session.

Joseph Srigley
Joseph Srigley
University of Windsor | Business Administration - Supply Chain & Data Analytics Editor at

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