Penske Racing Adds Two New Crew Chiefs for Keselowski

2010 looks like it might be Brad Keselowski’s year to take his famous name to new NASCAR heights. Penske Racing announced two key hires on the Keselowski team for next year: Jay Guy will be his crew chief for the NASCAR Cup Series #12 Penske Dodge while Paul Wolfe will lead his Nationwide Series #22 Dodge team. (Former Cup Series crew chief Roy McCauley moves to a leadership role within Penske.)


Keselowski will be entering his first full-time season in the Cup Series, looking to capitalize on the momentum he gained from a successful limited schedule in 2009 — where he captured a thrilling win at Talladega along the way. On the Nationwide side, following his impressive 2009 showing, Keselowski will continue driving in the series full-time in his bid for his first championship.


“Both Jay and Paul have a lot of experience throughout all levels of motorsports competition, and they each seem to get the most out of the teams and drivers that they work with,” Keselowski said. Jay Guy has worked on the Truck, Nationwide, and Cup Series and was most recently crew chief of Regan Smith’s No. 78 Furniture Row Racing car, while Paul Wolfe is a former racer himself who for the past four years was crew chief of the Nationwide Series No. 11 CJM racing team. “I’m really looking forward to working with Jay next season in my first full season of Cup Series competition,” Keselowski said. “We are also excited to race for the Nationwide Series title with Paul and the No. 22 team in 2010.”


  • HEMIhead

    Yay! go Brad go!
    I hope you get some factory engineering support, cause that #12 really needs something.
    Now Dodge don’t let this guy down. Get Kasey over to this camp for 2010!
    Jay Guy and Paul Wolfe who? Never heard of ‘em.
    Oh boy?

  • coolmancool

    YEAH, I think Brad has got the balls to T-bone Jimmy Johnson and knock him out once and for all. This guy doesn’t take crap from anyone and he will mix it up. Hopefully, they will give him a fast car and cheat the same way the boys at the Hendrick camp do.

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  • coolmancool

    Brad is gonna do it. He is determined and nobody is going to stop him. Win it all Brad with Dodge!

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  • HEMIhead

    DODGE better make sure he’s got good equipment and factory support for 2010.
    Brads been doing excellent up to this point, but that #12 needs alot of attention.
    DODGE certainly don’t want his performance to drop off with the switch to DODGE,
    because that would look ugly. Time to step up on this one and not make a joke out of your motorsports program. You need to start thinking about winning. Don’t set this guy up to fail.

  • tr4petty

    Brad comes from a Mopar family so I hope Dodge will nurture that loyalty in him and give us Dodge Nascar fans a loyal Mopar guy to root for. The sad thing is, Kasey Kahne could have been that loyal Mopar Nascar guy and Dodge let him down. Brad will never have the fan following of Kasey Kahne; he doesn’t have the personality or the looks. But I wish Brad luck anyway.

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