Brian Keselowski (born September 2, 1981, in Rochester Hills, Michigan), is a NASCAR driver. He currently drives the #26 Schweizter Title Dodge for K-Automotive Motorsports in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. He graduated from Rochester Hills High School in 1999. He will drive his own #92 Toyota at Daytona in 2013 and maybe more races, if, sponsorship is found.
Keselowski made his stock car debut in the ARCA RE/MAX Series in 2004. He made six starts that season, driving the #29 Competition Graphics Dodge for Bob Ducharme. He had three top-tens, including a ninth-place run in his debut at Kentucky Speedway, and finished 34th in points. The next season, the team was purchased by his family and he ran seven races including a string of five consecutive top-ten finishes. In 2006, Holloway Motorsports/Dusty's Collision became the sponsors of his car, and he won his first race at Berlin Raceway. Keselowski also made his NASCAR Busch Series debut that year at Phoenix in the #23 Ridley Motorcycles Chevrolet for Keith Coleman Racing, starting and finishing in 43rd place.
In 2007, he ran a career-high 12 races in the ARCA RE/MAX Series, splitting time with his family team and the #5 Lucas Oil Pontiac for Bobby Gerhart. He won twice and finished 22nd in points. In the Busch Series, he made four starts in the #19/49, including his first top ten finish at Memphis Motorsports Park. The next season he made 11 starts, beginning in the #28 Jay Robinson Racing Chevy before moving to his family's #92 with a best finish of 15th at ORP.
For 2009, Keselowski will drive his first full-time season for K-Automotive Motorsports, which has been renumbered #26. The primary sponsor for Keselowski's car during the 2009 CarQuest Auto Parts 300 was the popular NHL team the Detroit Red Wings.