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Brad Keselowski Piloting Special BuildSubmarines, Boston Red Sox Scheme at New Hampshire

Brad Keselowski Boston Red Sox paint scheme New Hampshire Motor Speedway 2024 RFK Racing NASCAR Cup Series

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Worlds are colliding! Brad Keselowski and the No. 6 RFK Racing team will carry a special paint scheme for the upcoming NASCAR Cup Series event at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on June 23. The Ford Mustang Dark Horse will showcase a collaboration between and the Boston Red Sox.

In addition to the paint scheme, Keselowski will also wear a special firesuit for the race weekend, which will be made to look like a baseball uniform, and the No. 6 font on the car has been re-designed for the race to look like the number font on the jerseys of the Boston Red Sox players.

The collaborative paint scheme is a hat-tip to a partnership between BuildSubmarines and the Red Sox. BlueForge Alliance, which is the non-profit which owns and operates, recently teamed up with the Red Sox organization to showcase career opportunities at more than 1,600 industrial base suppliers across the six-state New England region during the Major League Baseball season.

“Our partnerships with RFK Racing and the Boston Red Sox are highlighting skilled trades careers in the maritime industry which contribute to the construction of Navy submarines,” said Kiley Wren, Co-Founder and Chief Executive, BlueForge Alliance. “With NASCAR’s annual visit to New England, and our collaboration with one of the region’s most storied sports franchises, we are creating a prime platform to present these stable, family-sustaining, purpose-filled jobs to millions of NASCAR and baseball fans in the region and across the country. We look forward to knocking this out of the park with our friends at RFK and the Red Sox.”

If Keselowski’s paint scheme looks familiar, it’s because it is. Carl Edwards, who was recently named as one of the three members of the NASCAR Hall of Fame Class of 2025, piloted a similar paint scheme back in the 2007 season.

Edwards came home with a 13th-place finish in the No. 99 Boston Red Sox machine at New Hampshire Motor Speedway that season. Keselowski will look to better that performance later this month.

Hell, with how Keselowski has been running this season, he may win the race outright. The 40-year-old racer is in the midst of a three-race top-three finishing streak, and he has finished inside the top-three in five of his last seven starts.

Keselowski also reached victory lane for the first time in his RFK Racing tenure a few weeks ago at Darlington Raceway. New Hampshire Motor Speedway, where Keselowski boasts two career wins, has been one of his best tracks statistically over the years.

In 23 starts at the 1.058-mile oval, Keselowski has racked up 10 top-five finishes, 16 top-10s, and he has a career average finish of 9.8.

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